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Issue of Full text search -- ContainsTable


We have the full text search table and are using CONTAINSTABLE to search in the fulltext search column, its workingfine, but we have a requirement that we need to return results which match a particular sequence in word.

ex: The search text column has the word as 0203456-345567

if we give the input as " 0203456", the result is coming and showing the above column,

but if we search for " 203456" no results return,

Going through the net I found that we can perform search like "2034*" which will retun the result, ie we can add * at the end but can we have some command like "*2034", and this returning the results I could not get any such string even the FormOF is not giving me such output,

Can you please provide some way where I can use ContainsTable and also search for "*20345" string successfully.
Dec 23 '09 #1
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