Full-Text Search and Semantic Search Catalog Views (Transact-SQL)
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Full-Text Search and Semantic Search Catalog Views (Transact-SQL)

 

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This section describes the catalog views that provide information about full-text indexes and semantic indexes.

sys.fulltext_catalogs
Contains a row for each full-text catalog.

sys.fulltext_document_types
Returns a row for each document type that is available for full-text indexing operations. Each row represents the IFilter interface that is registered in the instance of SQL Server.

sys.fulltext_index_catalog_usages
Returns a row for each full-text catalog to full-text index reference.

sys.fulltext_index_columns
Contains a row for each column that is part of a full-text index.

sys.fulltext_index_fragments
Contains a row for each full-text index fragment in every table that contains a full-text index.

sys.fulltext_indexes
Contains a row per full-text index of a tabular object.

sys.fulltext_languages
Contains one row per language whose word breakers are registered with SQL Server. Each row displays the LCID and name of the language.

sys.fulltext_stoplists
Contains a row per full-text stoplist in the database.

sys.fulltext_stopwords
Contains a row per stopword for all stoplists in the database.

sys.fulltext_system_stopwords
Provides access to the system stoplist.

sys.registered_search_properties (Transact-SQL)
Contains a row for each search property contained by any search property list on the current database.

sys.registered_search_property_lists (Transact-SQL)
Contains a row for each search property list on the current database.

sys.fulltext_semantic_language_statistics_database (Transact-SQL)
Returns a row about the semantic language statistics database installed on the current instance of SQL Server.

sys.fulltext_semantic_languages (Transact-SQL)
Returns a row for each language whose statistics model is registered with the instance of SQL Server. When a language model is registered, that language is enabled for semantic indexing.

System Views (Transact-SQL)
Catalog Views (Transact-SQL)
Full-Text Search and Semantic Search Dynamic Management Views and Functions (Transact-SQL)

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