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  1. #1
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    Exclamation Unanswered: Problems with FullText-Search

    Hi everyone...
    I've got a little problem creating a FT-Table on one on my db-Tables...

    On the first try, I was able to create the catalog and everything, but then the MSSearch-Engine did nothing (not same User as SQL-Server as I read in groups), I've changed this - but then the Catalog was Status 'Recovering' for about a week...
    After that I've tried to delete it - but what I got was a locked table and nothing happening.
    Currently it seems that some files are deleted (on the drive) but the catalog still exists (but I still can't delete it for real)...

    Second try...
    I've created a new catalog for the same Table (should work w/o the user-problem - the old one's still existing)... but now the wizard hangs up on 'Step 1: Creating full-text catalog 'Table'...'
    I've waited for about 10 Hours now, and still no change...

    In the .ghr Files of the new catalog I just get the windows Script Host header, nothing else...

    Anyone has a clue?

    Thanks for any Post!

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    Re: Problems with FullText-Search

    What do you mean by create catalog?

    SQL Server manages this all by itself?

    Gotta be something different that we are discussing here...no?
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  3. #3
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    Re: Problems with FullText-Search

    Originally posted by Brett Kaiser
    What do you mean by create catalog?

    SQL Server manages this all by itself?

    Gotta be something different that we are discussing here...no?
    In Enterprise Manager you can create a new full-text catalog on a table, I've ment that...
    It should do all by itself - if it would work in my case

  4. #4
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    noone?

  5. #5
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    Found the answer

    I've found the anwer to the problem:
    I'm running win2k german, so the adminiatrator group is called 'Administratoren' not 'Administrators' - MSSearch has a registry key wich contains this value .. I've changed it to the german value, and now everything works fine...

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