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Microsoft® SQL Server 2012 Unleashed by Alex T. Silverstein, Chris Gallelli, Paul T. Bertucci, Ray Rankins

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Although the indexer launches word breakers and filters as out-of-process SQL Server components, the search process is entirely within the SQL Server engine. To query the full-text indexes, you need to use CONTAINS or FREETEXT predicates or their rowset analogs (CONTAINSTABLE, FREETEXTTABLE).

Just as the indexer applies the default server full-text language for indexing, it also applies the default full-text language for searching. Consider a search on the French word courir (to run). If you were to search in English on this word, it would search on courir and courirs. However, on a server with the default full-text language setting for French, your search would be conducted on couraient, courais, courait, courant, coure, courent, ...

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