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SQL Anywhere 12.0.1 » SQL Anywhere Server - SQL Usage » Query and modify data » Full text search » Types of full text searches

 

Term and phrase search

When performing a full text search for a list of terms, the order of terms is not important unless they are within a phrase. If you put the terms within a phrase, the database server looks for those terms in exactly the same order, and same relative positions, in which you specified them.

When performing a term or phrase search, if terms are dropped from the query because they exceed term length settings or because they are in the stoplist, you can get back a different number of rows than you expect. This is because removing the terms from the query is equivalent to changing your search criteria. For example, if you search for the phrase '"grown cotton"' and grown is in the stoplist, you get every indexed row containing cotton.

You can search for the terms that are considered keywords of the CONTAINS clause grammar, as long as they are within phrases.

 Term searching
 Phrase searching
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