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How to full-text search for inflectional forms?

Execute the following Microsoft SQL Server T-SQL example script in Management Studio Query Editor to demonstrate inflectional (of base word) full-text search.

-- SQL full-text search inflectional form - SQL full-text index

USE AdventureWorks;

GO

 

SELECT ProductID,

       Comments,

       ReviewerName,

       EmailAddress

FROM   Production.ProductReview

WHERE  CONTAINS(Comments,'FORMSOF(INFLECTIONAL, "pedal")');

 

GO

/* Partial results

 

ProductID   Comments    ReviewerName      EmailAddress

 

937   A little on the heavy side, but overall the entry/exit is easy

in all conditions. I've used these pedals for   more than 3 years

and I've never had a problem.....      David [email protected]

 

937   Maybe it's just because I'm new to mountain biking, but I had a

terrible time getting use  to these pedals. In my first outing, I wiped

 out trying to release my foot. Any suggestions on  ways I can adjust

the pedals, or is it just a learning curve thing?     Jill  [email protected]

 

798   The Road-550-W from Adventure Works Cycles is everything it's

advertised to be. Finally, a quality bike that  is actually built

for a woman and provides control and comfort in one neat package. The

 top tube is shorter, the suspension is weight-tuned and there's a much

shorter reach to the brake  levers. All this adds up to a great mountain

bike that is sure to accommodate any woman's anatomy. In addition to

 getting the size right, the saddle is incredibly comfortable.   Attention

to detail is apparent in every aspect from the frame finish to the careful

 design of each component. Each component is a solid performer without any

fluff.   The designers clearly did their homework and thought about size,

 weight, and funtionality throughout. And at less than 19 pounds, the

bike is manageable for even the most petite cyclist.    We had 5 riders

take the bike out for a spin and really put it to the test. The results

were consistent and very positive. Our testers loved the manuverability  

and control they had with the redesigned frame on the 550-W. A definite

improvement over the 2002 design. Four out of five testers listed

quick handling  and responsivness were the key elements they noticed.

Technical climbing and on the flats, the bike just cruises through the

rough. Tight corners and obstacles were handled effortlessly. The fifth

tester was more impressed with the smooth ride. The heavy-duty shocks

absorbed even the worst bumps and provided a soft ride on all but the 

 nastiest trails and biggest drops. The shifting was rated superb and

typical of what we've come to expect from Adventure Works Cycles. On

 descents, the bike handled flawlessly and tracked very well. The

 bike is well balanced front-to-rear and frame flex was minimal. In

particular, the testers  noted that the brake system had a unique

combination of power and modulation.  While some brake setups can

be overly touchy, these brakes had a good  amount of power, but also a

good feel that allows you to apply as little or as much braking power

as is needed. Second is their short break-in period. We found that

they tend to break-in well before  the end of the first ride; while

others take two to three rides (or more) to come to full power.    

On the negative side, the pedals were .....     Laura Norman      [email protected]

*/

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DATETIME SELECT SELECT INTO DATE PAD STRING DYNAMIC SQL CURSOR MONEY FORMAT PERCENT STORED PROCEDURE SQL SERVER AGENT JOB OPTIMIZATION WHILE LOOP OVER PARTITION BY UPDATE