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Microsoft® SQL Server 2008 R2 Unleashed by Alex T. Silverstein, Chris Gallelli, Paul Bertucci, Ray Rankins

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Using the Full-Text Indexing Wizard to Build Full-Text Indexes and Catalogs

Although the T-SQL full-text commands provide a scriptable interface for creating full-text catalogs and indexes, sometimes it is easier to use the Full-Text Indexing Wizard to create them. To create a full-text index, follow these steps:

1. Connect to SQL Server in SQL Server Management Studio.

2. Expand the databases folder.

3. Expand the database that contains the tables you want to full-text index.

4. Expand the tables folder.

5. Right-click the table you want to full-text index (in this example, the Production.Document table).

6. Select Full-Text Index, as shown in Figure 50.1.

Figure 50.1 Selecting the Full-Text Index menu in SSMS.

You then click Define Full-Text ...

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