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Symbols

, query operator, 6-59

Numerics

7-bit character sets
using V-Gram lexers with, 7-35
8-bit character sets, 6-56
using V-Gram lexers with, 7-35

A

ACCUMULATE query operator, 6-59
actual deletion
of ConText index entries, 6-45, 6-47
ADD_SECTION procedure, 11-4
administration
ConText, 1-7
ConText servers, 4-6
methods, 1-10
overview of, 1-6
Services Queue, 2-18
administration tool. See System Administration tool
allocating
indexing memory, 7-45
AmiPro format
internal filter, 6-29, 7-18
ANSI Z39.19 compliance
for thesauri, 6-58
applications
sample, 2-5
ASCII text. See plain text
attributes
command, 8-9
directories, 8-7
endjoins, 6-71
longsize, 8-8
separate, 8-8
startjoins, 6-71
values, 8-9
viewing, B-19
AUTOB predefined indexing preference, 7-18
automated
batch text loading, 6-14, 8-3
DML Queue notification, 6-4
Autorecognize filter, 6-33, 7-18
filtering mixed-format columns, 6-32
in Filter preferences, 9-14
supported formats, 6-33

B

base-letter conversion, 6-56
in text queries, 6-57
in UTF-8 databases, 7-36
setting NLS_LANG, 6-56
BASIC LEXER Tile, 7-38
in text indexing policies, 7-4
NLS compliance for, 7-36
BASIC_HTML_FILTER predefined indexing preference, 7-19
BASIC_HTML_LEXER predefined indexing preference, 7-20
BASIC_HTML_SECTION predefined section group, 6-73
BASIC_HTML_WORDLIST predefined indexing preference, 7-22
batch mode
DML operations, 6-5
text loading using ConText servers, 6-14
text loading using ctxload, 6-13
BLASTER FILTER Tile, 7-31, 9-14
broader generic terms, 6-64
broader instance terms, 6-64
broader partitive terms, 6-64
broader terms
in thesauri, 6-63
multiple occurrences in a hierarchy, 6-64

C

calling
procedures within stored procedures, 3-4
procedures within triggers, 3-4
CANCEL procedure, 5-12
using, 3-13
CANCEL_ALL procedure, 5-13
CANCEL_USER procedure, 5-14
case sensitivity
in text indexes, 6-49
in theme indexes, 6-52
in thesauri, 6-59
categories
Data Store, 7-24
Engine, 7-44
Filter, 7-30
Lexer, 7-35
Stoplist, 7-54
types, 7-15
Wordlist, 7-49
CHANGE_MASK procedure, 5-3
using, 3-10
changing
personality masks for ConText servers, 3-10
Query pipe buffer size, 5-7
CHAR datatype, 6-10
character sets
7-bit, 7-35
8-bit, 6-56, 7-35
characters
endjoins, 6-71
startjoins, 6-71
Chinese text
lexers for, 6-50, 7-35
pattern matching, 7-41
CHINESE V-GRAM LEXER Tile, 7-41
classes. See categories
CLEAR_ALL_ERRORS procedure, 5-15
CLEAR_ATTRIBUTES procedure, 11-8
CLEAR_ERROR procedure, 5-16, B-6
using, 3-14
CLEAR_INDEX_ERRORS procedure, 5-17
CLEAR_LING_ERRORS procedure, 5-18
column policies
See also policies
creating, 11-12
viewing, B-24
columns
See also text columns
defining as text columns, 7-3
loading text into, 6-3
requirements for automated batch loading, 8-3
textkey, 9-30
with multiple indexes, 6-48
with multiple policies, 7-4
command attribute, 8-9
command-line
See also utilities
administration, 1-10
compaction
in-place, 6-47
two-table, 6-47
composite textkeys, 6-11, 10-6
column length limitations, 6-11
column name limitations, 6-11
creating policies with, 9-23
Configuration Manager, 1-11
CONTAINS
cursor (in-memory queries), 6-8
PL/SQL procedure (two-step queries), 6-7
SQL function (one-step queries), 6-8, 6-48
ConText
administration, 1-7
description, 1-2
features, 1-3
related publications, xviii
ConText data dictionary
create a preference for a Tile, 11-15
description, 6-2
querying objects, B-11
storing policies, 7-3
storing sources, 8-3
viewing preference categories, B-13
viewing Tiles, B-16
ConText index tables
multiple rows for tokens, 6-44
Oracle indexes for, C-5
specifying additional parameters for, 7-47
specifying STORAGE clauses for, 7-47
specifying tablespaces for, 7-46
ConText indexes
See also text indexes, theme indexes
compaction, 6-47
creating, 9-27, 11-9
DDL operations, 6-3, 9-32
deleting, 11-21
description, 6-41
dropping, 9-24, 9-25, 9-31
Engine category for, 7-44
fragmentation, 6-5, 6-44, 6-47, 9-12
initialization stage for, 6-43
managing, 9-26
optimizing, 6-46, 9-31
population stage for, 6-43
recording index operations, 6-46
tables for, 6-42, C-2
termination stage for, 6-43
themes in, 6-52
tuning, 6-44
updating, 6-45, 9-30
updating using DDL ConText servers, 6-5
ConText indexing
in parallel, 6-45, 9-12, 9-28
memory allocation for, 6-43, 6-44, 7-46, 9-12
Oracle indexes created during, C-5
policy requirements for, 7-3
Tiles for, 7-15
ConText Linguistics. See Linguistics
ConText queues. See queues
ConText roles, 2-3
granting to users, 3-4
ConText server processes. See ConText servers
ConText servers, 1-4, 2-7
See also ctxsrv executable, ctxsrvx executable
accessing external text files, 6-21
accessing the Text Request Queue, 2-13
assigning personalities, 4-3
checking status of, 4-6
failed, 2-11
loading text using, 6-14
managing, 3-6
masking CTXSYS password for, 3-8
monitoring status of, B-2
personality masks for, 2-9
running as background processes, 3-7
running multiple servers, 3-7
running without linguistics, 4-2
server log, 2-8
shutting down, 3-11, 4-2, 4-6, 5-8
specifying directories for text loading, 8-7
starting, 3-7, 4-2, 4-6
starting using ctxctl, 3-9
using for parallel indexing, 6-45
viewing the status of, 3-9
ConText users, 2-5
See also users
creating, 3-3
managing, 3-3
control tables, C-3
in ConText indexes, 6-42
in Context indexes, 6-45
conventions
notational, xx
conversion
base-letter, 6-56
CREATE_INDEX procedure, 11-9
using, 9-27
CREATE_PHRASE function, 11-47
using, 9-35
CREATE_POLICY procedure, 11-12
creating template policies, 9-24
using, 9-21, 9-22
CREATE_PREFERENCE procedure, 11-15
using, 9-18
CREATE_SECTION_GROUP procedure, 11-16
CREATE_SOURCE procedure, 11-17
CREATE_TEMPLATE_POLICY procedure, 11-19
using, 9-24
CREATE_THESAURUS function, 11-49
using, 9-34
creating
column policies, 9-21
ConText indexes, 9-27
ConText users, 3-3
Engine preferences, 9-12
Filter preferences for external filters, 9-15
Filter preferences for internal filters, 9-14
indexes in parallel, 9-28
Oracle indexes in parallel, 9-28
phrases in thesauri, 11-47
policies for detail tables, 6-20
policies for master tables, 6-19
policies using composite textkeys, 9-23
preferences, 9-11
Reader preferences, 9-4
sources, 9-6
stoplists, 7-54, 9-18
template policies, 9-24
text indexing policies, 9-21
theme indexing policies, 9-22
Theme Lexer preferences, 9-17
thesauri, 6-58, 9-34
thesaurus entries, 9-35
thesaurus output files, 9-36
Translator preferences, 9-4, 9-5
CTX_ADM package
CHANGE_MASK, 5-3
GET_QUEUE_STATUS, 5-4
RECOVER, 5-6
SET_QUERY_BUFFER_SIZE, 5-7
SHUTDOWN, 5-8
UPDATE_QUEUE_STATUS, 5-9
CTX_ALL_DML_QUEUE view, 3-12, B-4
CTX_ALL_DML_SUM view, 3-12, B-4
CTX_ALL_PREFERENCES view, B-11
CTX_ALL_QUEUE view, 3-12, B-5
CTX_ALL_SECTION_GROUPS view, B-12
CTX_ALL_SECTIONS view, B-12
CTX_ALL_SERVERS view, B-2
using, 3-10
CTX_ALL_THESAURI view, B-13, B-30
CTX_CLASS view, B-13
CTX_COLUMN_POLICIES view, B-14
CTX_DDL
REMOVE_SECTION, 11-29
UPGRADE_INDEX, 11-35
CTX_DDL package, 11-2
ADD_SECTION, 11-4
CLEAR_ATTRIBUTES, 11-8
CREATE_INDEX, 11-9
CREATE_POLICY, 11-12
CREATE_PREFERENCE, 11-15
CREATE_SECTION_GROUP, 11-16
CREATE_SOURCE, 11-17
CREATE_TEMPLATE_POLICY, 11-19
DROP_INDEX, 11-21
DROP_INTTRIG, 11-22
DROP_POLICY, 11-22
DROP_PREFERENCE, 11-23
DROP_SECTION_GROUP, 11-24
DROP_SOURCE, 11-25
OPTIMIZE_INDEX, 11-26
RESUME_FAILED_INDEX, 11-30
SET_ATTRIBUTE, 11-33
UPDATE_POLICY, 11-36
UPDATE_SOURCE, 11-38
CTX_DML package, 11-40
REINDEX, 11-41
SYNC, 11-43
SYNC_QUERY, 11-45
CTX_INDEX_ERRORS view, B-6
viewing errors for automated batch loading, 6-15
viewing URL indexing errors, 6-26
CTX_INDEX_LOG view, 6-46, B-15
CTX_INDEX_STATUS view, B-7
CTX_INFO package, 5-21
GET_INFO, 5-22
GET_STATUS, 5-23
GET_VERSION, 5-24
CTX_LING package
for requesting Linguistics, 3-13
CTX_LING_ERRORS view, 2-19, B-7
CTX_OBJECT_ATTRIBUTES view, B-17
CTX_OBJECT_ATTRIBUTES_LOV view, B-17
CTX_OBJECTS view, B-16
CTX_POLICIES view, B-18
CTX_PREFERENCE_ATTRIBUTES view, B-19
CTX_PREFERENCE_USAGE view, B-20
CTX_PREFERENCES view, B-19
CTX_SERVERS view, B-3
CTX_SOURCE view, B-21
CTX_SQES view, B-22
CTX_SVC package, 3-13, 11-2
CANCEL, 5-12
CANCEL_ALL, 5-13
CANCEL_USER, 5-14
CLEAR_ALL_ERRORS, 5-15
CLEAR_ERROR, 5-16
CLEAR_INDEX_ERRORS, 5-17
CLEAR_LING_ERRORS, 5-18
REQUEST_STATUS, 5-19
CTX_SYSTEM_PREFERENCE_USAGE view, B-23
CTX_SYSTEM_PREFERENCES view, B-22
CTX_SYSTEM_TEMPLATE_POLICIES view, B-23
CTX_TEMPLATE_POLICIES view, B-23
CTX_THES package, 11-46
CREATE_PHRASE, 11-47
CREATE_THESAURUS, 11-49
DROP_THESAURUS, 11-50
thesauri maintenance, 6-58
CTX_USER_COLUMN_POLICIES view, B-24
CTX_USER_DML_QUEUE view, 3-12, B-8
CTX_USER_DML_SUM view, 3-12, B-8
CTX_USER_INDEX_LOG view, 6-46, B-25
CTX_USER_POLICIES view, B-26
CTX_USER_PREFERENCE_ATTRIBUTES view, B-27
CTX_USER_PREFERENCE_USAGE view, B-27
CTX_USER_PREFERENCES view, B-26
CTX_USER_QUEUE view, 3-12, B-9
CTX_USER_SECTION_GROUPS view, B-28
CTX_USER_SECTIONS view, B-28
CTX_USER_SOURCES view, B-29
CTX_USER_SQES view, B-30
CTX_USER_SVCQ view, B-10
CTX_USER_TEMPLATE_POLICIES view, B-30
CTXADMIN role, 2-4
granting to users, 3-4
CTXAPP role, 2-4
granting to users, 3-4
ctxctl utility, 4-6
examples, 4-7
shutting down ConText servers, 3-11
starting, 4-6
starting ConText servers, 3-9
syntax, 4-6
viewing ConText server status, 3-9
CTXDEMO user
privileges, 2-5
ctxload utility, 6-13, 10-2
command-line restrictions, 10-8
mandatory arguments, 10-4
optional arguments, 10-6
syntax, 10-4
text load example, 10-9
thesaurus export example, 10-10
thesaurus import example, 10-10
using to create thesauri, 9-34
using to export thesauri, 9-36
using to load file pointers, 9-3
using with external data store columns, 9-3
ctxsrv executable, 4-2
See also ConText servers
masking CTXSYS password in, 3-8, 4-3
syntax, 4-2
theme indexing and queries with, 6-55
using, 3-7
ctxsrvx executable, 4-2
See also ConText servers
examples, 4-4
masking CTXSYS password in, 3-8, 4-3
syntax, 4-2
using, 3-7
CTXSYS user, 3-3
ConText data dictionary, 6-2
masking password in ctxsrv/ctxsrvx, 3-8, 4-3
privileges, 2-5
starting ConText servers, 4-2
temporary tablespaces, 9-27
viewing preferences owned by, B-22
CTXUSER role, 2-4
granting to users, 3-4
customer support
contacting, xxi

D

data dictionary. See ConText data dictionary
Data Store category, 7-24
preference example, 7-29
Tiles, 7-24
database administrator. See DBA
database objects
deleting, 5-6
database pipes. See pipes
database schema objects
limitations on importing/exporting, 3-3
database triggers. See triggers
database views. See views, 1-1, 5-1
datatypes
for text columns, 6-10
date format
specifying for ctxload, 10-8
DBA
personality, 2-11
responsibilities, 2-2
DDL
description, 6-3
personality, 2-10, 2-15, 4-3
DDL operations, 6-3
for text indexes, 6-51
for theme indexes, 6-54
DDL pipe
disabling/enabling, 3-14
requests for DDL operations, 6-3
default
personality mask, 4-3
preferences, 7-11
stoplist, 7-23
thesaurus, 6-59
DEFAULT_DIRECT_DATASTORE predefined indexing preference, 7-16
DEFAULT_INDEX predefined indexing preference, 7-21
DEFAULT_LEXER predefined indexing preference, 7-20
DEFAULT_LOADER predefined text loading preference, 8-6
DEFAULT_NULL_FILTER predefined indexing preference, 7-19
DEFAULT_OSFILE predefined indexing preference, 7-16
DEFAULT_POLICY template policy, 7-11
DEFAULT_READER predefined text loading preference, 8-6
DEFAULT_STOPLIST predefined indexing preference, 7-23
DEFAULT_TRANSLATOR predefined text loading preference, 8-6
DEFAULT_URL predefined indexing preference, 7-16
deferred deletion
of ConText index entries, 6-45
defining
columns as text columns, 7-3
thesaurus relationships between terms, 6-58
deleting
database objects, 5-6
document references in ConText indexes, 6-45, 6-47
policies, 9-25
preferences, 9-19
rows in CTX_INDEX_ERRORS, B-6
thesauri, 9-36
triggers, 11-22
derivational stemming, 7-52
enabling for English, 7-52
diacritical marks
conversion during text indexing, 6-56
direct data store, 6-14, 6-16
loading text using ctxload, 9-3
DIRECT Tile, 7-24
directories
ConText servers scanning for text loading, 6-3
specifying for text loading, 8-7
specifying in external data store, 6-21
directories attribute, 8-7
DIRECTORY READER Tile, 8-7
disabling
pipes, 3-14
queues, 3-14, 5-10
DML
description, 6-4
personality, 2-10, 2-15, 4-3, 6-5
processing, 6-5
DML operations, 2-16, 11-40
automated processing of, 6-4
automatic processing of, 6-4
batch mode, 2-15, 11-43
batch mode processing of, 6-5
for text indexes, 6-51
for theme indexes, 6-54
immediate mode, 2-15, 6-5
manual processing of, 6-5
DML Queue, 2-15
batch processing of pending rows, 11-43
disabling/enabling, 2-17, 3-14
error handling, 2-16
requests for DML operations, 6-4
tables, 2-16
timestamps, 2-16
updating status, 5-9
viewing, 2-15, 3-12
viewing status of, 5-4
views, B-4, B-5, B-7, B-8, B-9
documents
accessing through HTTP/FTP, 6-24
changes affecting ConText indexes, 6-45
exporting, 10-3
exporting example, 10-10
native format storage, 7-30
sections in, 6-67
stored inside database, 6-17
stored outside database, 6-17
theme signatures for, 6-52
uniquely identifying using textkeys, 6-10
updating, 10-3
updating example, 10-9
with indexed words, C-3
DR_nnnnn_I1Tn table, 6-45, C-2
DR_nnnnn_I1W table, C-4
DR_nnnnn_KTB table, C-3
DR_nnnnn_LST table, 6-45, C-3
DR_nnnnn_NLT table, C-3
DR_nnnnn_SQR table, C-6
Oracle index for, C-6
DROP_INDEX procedure, 11-21
using, 9-31
DROP_INTTRIG procedure, 11-22
DROP_POLICY procedure, 11-22
using, 9-25
DROP_PREFERENCE procedure, 11-23
using, 9-19
DROP_SECTION_GROUP procedure, 11-24
DROP_SOURCE procedure, 11-25
DROP_THESAURUS procedure, 11-50
using, 9-36
dropping
ConText indexes, 9-31

E

embedded text, 10-2
in ctxload load files, 10-8, 10-13
enabling
base-letter conversion, 6-56
fuzzy matching, 7-49
pipes, 3-14
queues, 3-14
Soundex, 7-50, 7-52
stemming, 7-49
end markers
in ctxload load files, 10-11
end tags
for sections, 6-68
endjoins attribute, 6-71
Engine category, 7-45
preference example, 7-48
Tiles, 7-44
ENGINE NOP Tile, 7-44
Engine preferences
creating, 9-12
setting attributes for PARALLEL, 9-28
Engine Tiles, 8-8
English
predefined stoplist, A-2
English text
lexers for, 6-50
environment variables
NLS_LANG, 6-56
TWO_TASK, 4-3, 10-4
error handling
clearing disabled queues, 5-9
DDL operations, 2-14
DML Queue, 2-16
for automated batch loading, 6-15
for URL data store, 6-23, 6-26
Services Queue, 2-19
errored requests
removing from Services Queue, 3-14
examples
document exporting, 10-10
document updating, 10-9
import file, 10-19
text loading, 10-9
thesaurus exporting, 10-10
thesaurus importing
thesauri
import example, 10-10
trigger for automated DML notification, 11-10
executables
ctxsrv and ctxsrvx, 4-2
EXECUTE privileges
granting to users, 3-4
packages requiring, 3-5
expanding
queries, 6-59
exporting
documents to OS files, 10-3
schema objects, 3-3
thesauri, 6-58, 9-36, 10-3
external data store
loading text using ctxload, 9-3
external filters, 6-35
executables, 6-30
filtering mixed-format columns, 6-32, 6-33
indexing text in unsupported formats, 6-30
performance, 6-31
specifying for mixed-format columns, 7-31
specifying for single-format columns, 7-33
supplied, 6-38
supplied by ConText, 6-38
using to perform document cleanup, 6-30
external text, 6-17
directory paths in, 6-21
file accessibility for indexing, 6-21
file permissions for indexing, 6-21
storing as file names, 6-21
storing as URLs, 6-22
Tile for, 7-27

F

features
ConText, 1-3
file names
in ctxload load file, 10-13
file pointers, 10-2
in load files, 6-13, 10-7
storing, 10-2
file protocol
in URL data store, 6-23
File Transfer Protocol. See FTP
Filter category, 7-30
preference example, 7-34
Tiles, 7-30
FILTER NOP Tile, 7-31
Filter preferences, 6-32
filtering
formatted text, 6-28
HTML text, 6-28
mixed-format columns, 6-32
plain text, 6-28
single-format columns, 6-32
filters
external, 6-30, 6-35, 7-31, 7-33
internal, 6-28, 7-31
firewalls. See gateway proxies
format ID
for document formats, 6-35
formatted text
filtering, 6-28
formatting
text load files, 10-11
thesaurus import files, 10-14
fragmentation
in ConText indexes, 6-44
in theme indexes, 6-54
through immediate DML processing, 6-5
French
predefined stoplist, A-3
FRENCH_STOPLIST predefined indexing preference, 7-23
FTP
in URLs, 6-23
functions
CREATE_PHRASE, 11-47
CREATE_THESAURUS, 11-49
GET_QUEUE_STATUS, 5-4
GET_STATUS, 5-23
GET_VERSION, 5-24
REQUEST_STATUS, 5-19
SYNC_QUERY, 11-45
fuzzy matching, 7-49
enabling, 7-49
specifying a method, 7-52

G

garbage collection. See actual deletion
gateway proxies
accessing the World Wide Web, 6-24
for URL data store, 6-24
generating
Gists, 6-9
textkeys, 9-7
themes, 6-9
generic hierarchies
in thesauri, 6-64
GENERIC LOADER Tile, 8-8
GENERIC STOP LIST Tile, 9-18
GENERIC WORD LIST Tile, 7-52
German
predefined stoplist, A-4
GERMAN_STOPLIST predefined indexing preference, 7-23
GET_INFO procedure, 5-22
GET_QUEUE_STATUS function, 5-4, 5-9
GET_STATUS function, 5-23
GET_VERSION function, 5-24
Gists, 2-11, 6-9
GRANT command, 3-4
granting
ConText roles to users, 3-4
EXECUTE privileges to users, 3-4
groups
section, 6-70

H

header markers
in ctxload load file, 10-11
hierarchical relationships
in theasurus import file, 10-16
in thesauri, 6-63
homographs
qualifiers for, 6-65
HTML
text, 7-32
text filtering for sections, 6-71
text stored as URLs, 6-22
HTML FILTER Tile, 7-32
HTML_FILTER predefined indexing preference, 7-19
HTTP
in URLs, 6-22
HyperText Markup Language. See HTML
hypertext markup language. See HTML
HyperText Transfer Protocol. See HTTP
hypertext transfer protocol. See HTTP

I

I/O disk contention
See also disk contention
immediate DML processing, 6-5
import files, 10-3, 10-5
alternate hierarchy structures in, 10-16
examples of, 10-19
formatting, 10-14
restrictions for thesaural relationships, 10-18
restrictions for thesaurus terms, 10-17
importing
schema objects, 3-3
thesauri, 6-58, 10-3
indexes. See ConText indexes, Oracle indexes
indexing
See also ConText indexing
existing columns, 9-30
HTML text, 6-28
text in unsupported formats, 6-30
indexing categories
Data Store, 7-24
Engine, 7-45
Filter, 7-30
Stoplist, 7-54
Wordlist, 7-51
inflectional stemming, 7-52
enabling, 7-52
initialization parameters
USER_DUMP_DEST, 4-4
initialization stage
for index creation, 6-43
initsid.ora file, 4-4
in-memory queries, 6-8
using composite textkeys, 6-11
in-place compaction, 6-47
in-place deletion, 6-47
In-progress (DML) table, 2-16
input files
for external filters, 6-30
installing
supplied external filters, 6-38
instance hierarchies
in thesauri, 6-64
internal filters, 6-28, 7-31
filtering mixed-format columns, 6-32
supported formats, 7-30
internal tables
ConText index tables, 6-42, C-2
SQE results, C-6
internal text
storage, 6-16
Tile for, 7-25, 7-26
intranets
indexing using URL data store, 6-24
ISO-2788 compliance
for thesauri, 6-58
issues for external filters, 6-31
Italian
predefined stoplist, A-5
ITALIAN_STOPLIST predefined indexing preference, 7-23

J

Japanese text
HTML conversion, 7-32
lexers for, 6-50, 7-35
pattern matching, 7-42
JAPANESE V-GRAM LEXER Tile, 7-42

K

Knowledge Catalog, 6-53
KOREAN LEXER Tile, 7-37
KOREAN predefined indexing preference, 7-20
Korean text
lexers for, 6-50, 7-35
KOREAN_WORDLIST predefined indexing preference, 7-22

L

languages
multi-byte, 7-35
single-byte, 6-56, 7-35
Lexer category
preference example, 7-43
Tiles, 7-35
Lexer preferences
enabling base-letter conversion, 6-56
lexers
for text indexing, 6-50
for theme indexing, 6-53
limitations
for composite textkeys, 6-11
for importing/exporting schema objects, 3-3
for sections, 6-69
for supplied external PDF filter, 6-40
for table names, 6-5
for thesaurus query expansion, 6-60
for UTF-8 character set, 7-36
policies on master tables, 6-19
Linguistic
personality, 2-11, 3-7, 4-3
linguistic output, 2-11
generated by Linguistics, 6-9
used in theme indexes, 6-53
linguistic settings, 6-53
Linguistics
disabling, 4-2
processing HTML text through, 6-28
requests for, 2-18, 6-9
setting up, 1-9
viewing errored requests, B-7, B-10
linguistics
disabling, 3-7
enabling, 3-7
load files, 6-13, 10-2
and the -separate option, 10-8
creating using translators, 6-14
example of embedded text in, 10-13
example of file pointers in, 10-13
formatting, 10-11
restrictions for structure of entries, 10-12
restrictions for syntax, 10-12
with embedded text, 10-8
Loader
personality, 2-9, 4-3, 6-3, 8-7
loading
See also importing
file pointers using ctxload, 8-8
text, 6-3, 6-13
text into direct data store columns, 9-3
text into LONG and LONG RAW columns, 10-2
text using ConText servers, 6-14, 9-4
text using ctxload, 9-2, 10-2
thesauri, 10-3
log files
for ctxload, 9-3, 10-8
for ctxsrv/ctxsrvx, 4-4
logs
for ConText indexes, 6-46
for ConText servers, 2-8
using index logs, 9-32
LONG columns
in sources, 8-4
loading text into, 10-2
LONG datatype, 6-10
LONG RAW columns
in sources, 8-4
loading text into, 10-2
LONG RAW datatype, 6-10
longsize attribute, 8-8
longsize option (ctxload), 10-7
Lotus 123 format
internal filter, 6-29, 7-18

M

maintaining
thesauri, 6-58
managing
ConText indexes, 9-26
ConText servers, 3-6, 4-6
ConText users, 3-3
policies, 9-20
preferences, 9-10
queues, 3-12
text, 1-8
thesauri, 9-33, 9-37
manual
DML Queue notification, 6-5
mapping tables, C-3
in ConText indexes, 6-42
markers
in ctxload load file, 10-11
MASTER DETAIL Tile
attributes for, 7-25
MASTER_DETAIL Tile, 6-20
MASTER_DETAIL_NEW Tile, 6-19
master-detail
in policies, 7-8
tables, 6-18
text storage, 6-18
maximum file size
specifying for URL Tile, 7-28
maximum length
specifying for URL Tile, 7-28
maximum number of rows
specifying for URL Tile, 7-28
MD_BINARY predefined indexing preference, 7-17
MD_TEXT predefined indexing preference, 7-17
memory
allocating for ConText indexing, 6-43, 6-44
allocating for GENERIC ENGINE, 7-45
allocating for parallel ConText indexing, 6-45
Microsoft Word format
internal filter, 6-29, 7-18
mixed-format columns
filtering using external filters, 6-32, 6-33
supported formats for, 6-35
modifying
policies, 9-24
multi-byte languages
lexers for, 7-35
multi-lingual environments
using UTF-8 in, 7-36
multi-threading
specifying for URL Tile, 7-28
with URL data store, 6-25

N

narrower generic terms, 6-64
narrower instance terms, 6-64
narrower partitive terms, 6-64
narrower terms
in thesauri, 6-63
multiple occurrences in a hierarchy, 6-64
National Language Support (NLS), 6-56
compliance with, 7-36
enabling support for, 7-36
newline characters
in ctxload load file, 10-12
NLS_LANG environment variable
base-letter conversion, 6-56
NO_SOUNDEX predefined indexing preference, 7-22
NO_STOPLIST predefined indexing preference, 7-23
NULL TRANSLATOR Tile, 8-9

O

objects. See Tiles
offsets
for tokens in text indexes, 6-50
one-step queries, 6-8
on columns with multiple indexes, 6-48
operations
See also text operations
OPTIMIZE_INDEX procedure, 11-26
using, 9-31
optimizing
ConText indexes, 9-31
guidelines for, 6-47
indexes, 6-46
optional attributes
for policies, 7-7
Oracle Corporation
customer support, xxi
Oracle indexes
creating in parallel, 9-28
for ConText index tables, C-5
for SQE results tables, C-6
specifying additional parameters, 7-47
specifying PARALLEL clauses for, 9-28
specifying STORAGE clauses for, 7-47, 7-52
specifying tablespaces for, 7-46
Oracle servers, 1-4
See also ConText servers
Oracle8 ConText Cartridge. See ConText
OSFILE Tile, 6-21
attributes for, 7-27
output files
for external filters, 6-30

P

packages. See PL/SQL packages
PARALLEL clause
for Oracle indexes, 7-47
setting for Oracle indexes, 9-28
parallel ConText indexing, 6-45, 9-28
memory allocation for, 9-12
parallel creation of Oracle indexes, 9-28
parallel processing
using SYNC, 6-6
parallel query option, 7-47, 9-28
parameters
for ConText index tables, 7-47
for Oracle indexes, 7-47
partitive hierarchies
in thesauri, 6-64
passwords
masking in ctxsrv/ctxsrvx, 3-8, 4-3
supplying through files, 3-8
pattern matching
Chinese text, 7-41
Japanese text, 7-42
PDF external filter
limitations, 6-40
Pending (DML) table, 2-16
pending requests
processing using SYNC, 6-6
removing from Services Queue, 3-13
performance, 6-31
permissions
granting permissions for external text files, 6-21
personalities
DBA, 2-11
DDL, 2-10
DML, 2-10
Linguistic, 2-11
Loader, 2-9
Query, 2-10
personality masks, 2-9
changing, 3-10
default, 4-3
phrases
creating in thesauri, 9-35
creating relationships for, 9-35
in theme indexes, 6-53, 7-36
pictorial languages
lexers for, 6-50, 7-35
token recognition for, 6-49
pipes
administration, 2-14
DDL, 2-14
increasing the size of, 5-7
query, 2-14
Text Request Queue, 2-14
PL/SQL
reserved words, 3-4, 9-20
PL/SQL packages
CTX_DDL, 11-2
CTX_DML, 11-40
CTX_INFO, 5-21
CTX_SVC, 11-2
CTX_THES, 11-46
granting EXECUTE privileges for, 3-5
plain text
filtering, 6-28
policies
creating, 9-21, 9-22, 11-12
creating on detail tables, 6-20
creating on master tables, 6-19
default preferences, 7-10
deleting, 9-25, 11-22
description, 7-3
for text indexing, 7-4
modifying, 9-24
multiple on a single column, 7-4
names for, 7-7
naming, B-18, B-21
naming restrictions, 9-20
optional attributes, 7-7
predefined template, 7-34
required attributes, 7-7
source, 7-8
specifying preferences, 7-9, 9-22
template, 7-4, B-18
theme indexing, 7-5
unique names for, 7-9
updating, 11-36
user-specified preferences, 7-10
viewing, B-14, B-18
population stage
for index creation, 6-43
predefined, 6-73
predefined ConText users, 2-5
predefined preferences, 7-15, 8-5
See also preferences
predefined section groups, 6-73
predefined template policies, 7-10
preferences
creating, 9-11
Data Store category, 7-24
default, 7-10
deleting, 9-19, 11-23
Engine category, 7-44
Filter category, 7-30
for indexing, 7-14
in policies, 7-9
in sources, 8-4
Lexer category, 7-35
predefined, 7-15, 8-6
Stoplist category, 7-54
text loading, 8-5
Tiles in, 7-15
viewing, B-19, B-26
viewing attributes for, B-19
viewing policies for, B-20
Wordlist category, 7-49
preferred terms
in synonym rings, 6-62
primary keys, 6-10, 9-30
procedures
ADD_SECTION, 11-4
CANCEL, 5-12
CANCEL_ALL, 5-13
CANCEL_USER, 5-14
CHANGE_MASK, 5-3
CLEAR_ALL_ERRORS, 5-15
CLEAR_ATTRIBUTES, 11-8
CLEAR_ERROR, 5-16
CLEAR_INDEX_ERRORS, 5-17
CLEAR_LING_ERRORS, 5-18
CREATE_INDEX, 11-9
CREATE_POLICY, 11-12
CREATE_PREFERENCE, 11-15
CREATE_SECTION_GROUP, 11-16
CREATE_SOURCE, 11-17
CREATE_TEMPLATE_POLICY, 11-19
DROP_INDEX, 11-21
DROP_INTTRIG, 11-22
DROP_POLICY, 11-22
DROP_PREFERENCE, 11-23
DROP_SECTION_GROUP, 11-24
DROP_SOURCE, 11-25
DROP_THESAURUS, 11-50
GET_INFO, 5-22
OPTIMIZE_INDEX, 11-26
RECOVER, 5-6
REINDEX, 11-41
REMOVE_SECTION, 11-29
RESUME_FAILED_INDEX, 11-30
SET_ATTRIBUTE, 11-33
SET_QUERY_BUFFER_SIZE, 5-7
SHUTDOWN, 5-8
SYNC, 11-43
UPDATE_POLICY, 11-36
UPDATE_QUEUE_STATUS, 5-9
UPDATE_SOURCE, 11-38
UPGRADE_INDEX, 11-35
processes
See also ConText servers
processing
DML requests in parallel, 6-6
HTML text through Linguistics, 6-28
text before indexing, 6-30
protocols
support for URLs, 6-23
supported for URLs, 6-22
proxies
gateway, 6-24
specifying for URL Tile, 7-28, 7-29
punctuation marks
indexing, 6-49
lexing, 7-35

Q

qualifiers
in thesauri, 6-65
queries
in Text Request Queue, 2-14
in-memory, 6-8
iterative, 6-8
one-step, 6-8
SQEs, 6-8
two-step, 6-7
Query
personality, 2-10, 4-3
query expansion
using fuzzy matching, 7-49
using Soundex, 7-50
using stemming, 7-49
using thesauri, 6-59
query methods, 6-7
Query pipe
disabling/enabling, 3-14
increasing buffer size, 5-7
queues
disabling/enabling, 3-14, 5-10
managing, 3-12
updating, 5-9
viewing, B-4
viewing status of, 5-4
quotation marks
in ctxload load file, 10-12

R

Reader Tiles, 8-7
real-time
ConText index updates in, 6-5
RECOVER procedure, 2-12, 5-6
recovery
system, 2-12
redirection
with URL data store, 6-25
REINDEX procedure, 11-41, B-6
manually reindexing documents, 6-5
using, 9-30
related terms
in thesauri, 6-66
relationships
defining in thesauri, 9-35
relevance ranking
in theme queries, 6-53
REMOVE_SECTION procedure, 11-29
removing
errored requests from Services Queue, 3-14
pending requests from Services Queue, 3-13
REQUEST_STATUS function, 5-19
using, 3-13
requests
visible in pending table, 2-16
reserved words, 3-4, 9-20
responsibilities
DBA, 2-2
system administrator, 2-2
RESUME_FAILED_INDEX procedure, 11-30
using, 9-32
resuming
failed index operations, 9-32
roles. See ConText roles
rows
deleting from text columns, 6-4
deleting in CTX_INDEX_ERRORS, B-6
inserting into text columns, 6-4
multiple entries in index tables, 6-44
updating in text columns, 6-4

S

scanning
directories, 6-3
scope notes
in thesauri, 6-66
scores
in theme queries, 6-53
section groups, 6-73
for text queries, 6-70
section searching
process for enabling, 6-72
template policy for, 7-12
using document sections, 6-67
WITHIN operator, 6-73
sections, 6-67, 7-12
filtering HTML text for, 6-71
limitations for, 6-69
section groups for, 6-70
self-enclosing, 6-69
start and end tags for, 6-68
top-level, 6-69
security
masking CTXSYS passwords, 3-8
self-enclosing sections, 6-69
separate attribute, 8-8
separate option
for ConText servers with Loader personality, 8-8
separate option (ctxload), 10-7
sequences
for external filters, 9-16
for generating textkeys, 9-7
for stop words, 6-50, 9-18
servers. See ConText servers
Services Queue, 2-18
enabling/disabling, 2-19, 3-14
error handling, 2-19
querying requests, 11-2
removing requests, 5-12, 5-13, 5-14
requesting status, 5-19
tables, 2-18
updating status, 5-9
viewing, 3-13
viewing status of, 3-13, 5-4
sessions
errors in ctxsrv/ctxsrvx log, 4-4
information in ctxsrv/ctxsrvx log, 4-4
SET_ATTRIBUTE procedure, 11-33
SET_QUERY_BUFFER_SIZE procedure, 5-7
setting
environment variables for ctxsrv/ctxsrvx, 4-3, 10-4
Query pipe buffer size, 5-7
setting configurations
custom, 6-54
predefined, 6-53
setting up
Linguistics, 1-9
text, 1-8
settings
linguistic, 6-53
SHUTDOWN procedure, 5-8
using, 3-11
shutting down
ConText servers, 3-11
ConText servers using ctxctl, 4-7
single-byte languages, 6-56
lexers for, 7-35
single-format columns
filtering using external filters, 6-32
Soundex, 7-50
enabling, 7-50, 7-52
table, C-4
SOUNDEX function
in SQL, 7-50
SOUNDEX predefined indexing preference, 7-22
Soundex wordlist tables
in ConText indexes, 6-42
source policies. See template policies
sources, 2-9, 6-14
attributes, 8-4
creating, 8-4, 9-6, 11-17
definition, 8-3
deleting, 11-25
preferences in, 8-4
viewing, B-21, B-29
Spanish
predefined stoplist, A-6
SPANISH_STOPLIST predefined indexing preference, 7-23
specifying
additional parameters for Oracle indexes, 9-28
directories to scan for text loading, 8-7
fuzzy matching method, 7-52
language for stemming, 7-52
personality mask for ctxsrv/ctxsrvx, 4-3
stop words, 7-54
STORAGE clauses for tables/indexes, 7-52
tablespaces for Oracle indexes, 7-46
translator for text loading, 8-9
SQE result tables, 6-8, C-6
in ConText indexes, 6-42
SQEs
storing results, 6-8
viewing, B-30
viewing results, 6-8
SQL
reserved words, 3-4, 9-20
SQL commands
CREATE USER, 3-3
GRANT, 3-4
SQL*Loader, 6-13, 9-3
start tags
for sections, 6-68
starting
ConText servers, 3-7
ConText servers on remote machines, 4-3
ConText servers using ctxctl, 4-7
ConText servers with Loader personality, 9-6
startjoins attribute, 6-71
status
monitoring ConText servers, B-2
queues, 5-4, 5-9
Services Queue, 5-19
stemming
derivational, 7-52
enabling, 7-49
inflectional, 7-52
specifying a language for, 7-52
supported languages, 7-49
stop words
in text indexes, 6-50
in text queries, 6-50
maximum number in stoplists, 7-54
specifying, 7-54
Stoplist category, 7-54
preference example, 7-55
Tiles, 7-54
stoplists
creating, 7-54, 9-18
default, A-2
English, A-2
French, A-3
German, A-4
Italian, A-5
maximum size, 9-18
Spanish, A-6
supported number of stop words, 7-54
STORAGE clauses
for ConText index tables, 7-47, 9-12
for Oracle indexes, 7-47, 7-52
for wordlist tables, 7-52
stored procedures. See procedures
stored query expressions. See SQEs
storing
file names in text columns, 6-21
internal text, 6-16
text as multiple rows, 6-18
text in operating system files, 6-17
text using MASTER DETAIL, 7-25, 7-26
text using OSFILE, 7-27
text using URL, 7-27
URLs in text columns, 6-22
SUBMIT procedure
in CTX_LING package, 3-13
supplied external filters, 6-38, 6-39
installing, 6-38
setting up, 6-39
supported formats
for mixed-format columns, 6-35
internal filters, 6-28
viewing in Windows 32-bit viewer, 6-29
SYNC procedure, 11-43
initiating DML processing, 6-5
SYNC_QUERY function, 11-45
synonym rings
in thesauri, 6-62
preferred terms in, 6-62
synonyms
in thesauri, 6-61
System Administration tool, 1-11, 6-54
creating custom setting configurations in, 6-54
maintaining thesauri in, 6-58, 9-35
system administrator
responsibilities, 2-2
system recovery
automatic, 2-12
manual, 2-12, 5-6

T

table names
collisions, C-2
in policies, 9-21
limitations for, 6-5
tables
ConText index, C-2
master-detail, 6-18
text columns, 6-10
Text Request Queue, 2-14
tablespaces
for ConText index tables, 7-46
specifying for Oracle indexes, 7-46
temporary, 9-27
tags
start and end, 6-68
template policies, 7-4, 7-34
See also policies
creating, 9-24, 11-19
using in policies, 7-8
viewing, B-23
template policy for, 7-12
TEMPLATE_AUTOB template policy, 7-11
TEMPLATE_BASIC_WEB template policy, 7-12
TEMPLATE_DIRECT template policy, 7-12
TEMPLATE_LONGTEXT_STOPLIST_OFF template policy, 7-12
TEMPLATE_LONGTEXT_STOPLIST_ON template policy, 7-12
TEMPLATE_MD template policy, 7-13
TEMPLATE_MD_BIN template policy, 7-13
TEMPLATE_WW6B template policy, 7-13
temporary tablespaces
CTXSYS user, 9-27
termination stage
for index creation, 6-43
text
external storage, 6-21, 7-27
external storage in operating system files, 6-17
external storage with URL pointers, 6-17
filtering, 6-27
indexing, 6-49
internal storage, 6-16, 7-25, 7-26
loading, 2-9, 6-13, 8-7, 8-9, 10-2
loading examples, 10-9
loading using ConText servers, 6-3
preprocessing using external filters, 6-30
setting up and managing, 1-8
storing as multiple rows, 6-18
text columns
datatypes for external storage, 6-17
description, 6-10
in policies, 7-7
length limitations for composite textkeys, 6-11
naming limitations for composite textkeys, 6-11
storing data, 6-16
textkeys for, 6-10
updating, 6-6
text indexes
See also ConText indexes
creating, 11-9
definition, 6-49
deleting, 11-21
DML and DDL processing, 6-51
for columns with theme indexes, 6-48
stop words in, 6-50
tables for, C-2
tokens in, 6-49
text indexing policies, 7-4
text load files. See load files
text loading categories
Reader, 8-7
Translator, 8-9
text operations
DDL, 2-14, 6-3
DML, 2-15, 6-4
Linguistics requests, 6-9
Query, 2-14, 6-7
Text Loading, 6-3
types of, 2-7
text queries, 6-7
using base-letter conversion, 6-57
Text Queue. See Text Request Queue
Text Request Queue, 1-4, 2-8, 2-13
text requests
controlling, 5-9
pending, 6-6
precedence for processing, 2-13
textkeys, 6-10, 9-30
composite, 6-11, 9-23, 10-6
generating, 9-6
generating using sequences and triggers, 9-7
in ctxload load file, 9-7
in policies, 7-8
mapping to document IDs in ConText indexes, C-3
theme indexes
See also ConText indexes
and ctxsrvx, 4-2
creating, 11-9
DDL and DML processing, 6-54
definition, 6-52
deleting, 11-21
for columns with text indexes, 6-48
fragmentation in, 6-54
policies for, 7-5
tables for, C-2
theme signatures in, 6-52
tokens in, 6-53
weights in, 6-53
theme indexing policies, 7-5
Theme Lexer preferences
creating, 9-17
THEME LEXER Tile, 6-53, 7-36, 7-37, 9-17
theme queries, 6-7
and ctxsrvx, 4-2
theme weights in, 6-53
theme signatures, 6-52
theme weights
in theme indexes, 6-53
THEME_LEXER predefined indexing preference, 7-21
themes, 2-11
document signatures, 6-52
in linguistic output, 6-9
indexing, 6-52, 7-36
thesauri, 6-58
broader terms, 6-63
case-sensitive, 6-59
creating, 6-58, 9-34
creating using CREATE_THESAURUS, 9-34
creating using ctxload, 9-34
DEFAULT, 6-59
deleting, 9-36
export example, 10-10
exporting, 9-36, 10-3
hierarchical relationships, 6-63
importing, 10-3
maintaining, 6-58
managing, 9-33, 9-37
narrower terms, 6-63
qualifiers for entries, 6-65
query expansion limitations, 6-60
related terms in, 6-66
scope notes in, 6-66
synonyms in, 6-61
synonyms rings in, 6-62
types of relationships in, 6-61
viewing, B-13
thesaurus entries
creating, 9-35
exporting to files, 9-36
updating, 9-35
thesaurus import files. See import files
thesaurus output files
creating, 9-36
Tiles, 7-15
assigning multiple attribute values, 9-11
attribute values, 7-15, 8-9
attributes, 7-15, 8-9
BASIC LEXER, 7-38
BLASTER FILTER, 7-31
CHINESE V-GRAM LEXER, 7-41
Data Store category, 7-24
DIRECT, 7-24
DIRECTORY READER, 8-7
Engine category, 7-44, 7-45
ENGINE NOP, 7-44
Filter category, 7-30
FILTER NOP, 7-31
GENERIC LOADER, 8-8
GENERIC WORD LIST, 7-52
HTML FILTER, 7-32
JAPANESE V-GRAM LEXER, 7-42
KOREAN LEXER, 7-37
Lexer category, 7-35
MASTER DETAIL, 7-25
NULL TRANSLATOR, 8-9
OSFILE, 7-27
Reader category, 8-7
Stoplist category, 7-54
THEME LEXER, 7-37
Translator category, 8-9
URL, 7-27
USER FILTER, 7-33
USER TRANSLATOR, 8-9
viewing attribute values, B-17
viewing attributes, B-17
Wordlist category, 7-49, 7-51
timeouts
with URL data store, 6-25
timestamps
DML Queue, 2-16
TO_CHAR date format
specifying for ctxload, 10-8
token tables, C-2
in ConText indexes, 6-42, 6-45
tokens
in ConText indexes, C-2
in text indexes, 6-49, 7-35
in theme indexes, 6-53, 7-36
location information in text indexes, 6-50
tools
for GUI administration, 1-11
top terms
in ctxload import file, 10-15
in thesauri, 6-63
top-level sections, 6-69
trace files
for ctxload, 10-8
for ctxsrv/ctxsrvx, 4-4
Translator Tiles, 8-9
translators
for automated text loading, 6-14
specifying for text loading, 8-9
triggers
creating DML trigger, 11-10
deleting, 11-22
for DML operations, 2-15, 6-4
for generating textkeys, 9-7
tuning
ConText indexes, 6-44
TWO_TASK environment variables, 4-3, 10-4
two-step queries, 6-7
using composite textkeys, 6-11
two-table compaction, 6-47, C-2
two-table deletion, 6-47, C-2

U

uniform resource locators. See URLs
unique keys, 6-10
UPDATE_POLICY procedure, 11-36
using, 9-24
UPDATE_QUEUE_STATUS procedure, 5-9
using, 3-14, 3-15
UPDATE_SOURCE procedure, 11-38
updating
ConText indexes, 6-5, 9-30
document references in ConText indexes, 6-45
documents from OS files., 10-3
text columns during indexing, 6-6
updating documents with, 10-6
UPGRADE_INDEX procedure, 11-35
URL Tile
attributes, 7-27
using, 6-22
URLs
data store for, 6-17
file accessibility, 6-23
in text columns, 6-22
using file protocol in, 6-23
using FTP in, 6-23
using HTTP in, 6-22, 6-24
USER FILTER Tile, 7-33, 9-15
USER TRANSLATOR Tile, 8-9
USER_DUMP_DEST initialization parameter
for ctxload, 10-8
for ctxsrv/ctxsrvx, 4-4
user-defined translators
for automated text loading, 6-14
usernames
restrictions, 3-4
users
creating, 3-3
granting ConText roles to, 3-4
viewing policies for, B-26
viewing preferences for, B-26
using
ctxctl to manage ConText servers, 4-6
ctxload to import/export thesauri, 10-3
ctxload to load text, 10-2
ctxsrv/ctxsrvx to start ConText servers, 4-2
external filters, 6-31
index logs to resume index operations, 9-32
log files with ctxload, 10-8
log files with ctxsrv/ctxsrvx, 4-4
trace files with ConText servers, 4-4
trace files with ctxload, 10-8
UTF-8 character set
limitations, 7-36
supported languages for, 7-36
utilities
ctxctl, 4-6
ctxload, 10-2

V

VARCHAR datatype, 6-10
variable grammar lexer. See V-Gram lexer
V-Gram lexers, 7-35
VGRAM_CHINESE predefined indexing preferences, 7-21
VGRAM_CHINESE_WORDLIST predefined indexing preference, 7-22
VGRAM_JAPANESE predefined indexing preferences, 7-21
VGRAM_JAPANESE_WORDLIST predefined indexing preference, 7-22
viewing
column policies, B-24
column policies for a user, B-26
ConText server status, 3-9
DML Queue, 3-12
preference attributes defined by current user, B-27
preferences attached to policies, B-27
Services Queue, 3-13
SQEs, B-30
template policies, B-23
template policies for current user, B-30
views, B-2
CTX_ALL_DML_QUEUES, B-4
CTX_ALL_DML_SUM, B-4
CTX_ALL_PREFERENCES, B-11
CTX_ALL_QUEUE, B-5
CTX_ALL_SECTION_GROUPS, B-12
CTX_ALL_SECTIONS, B-12
CTX_ALL_SERVERS, B-2
CTX_ALL_THESAURI, B-13
CTX_CLASS, B-13
CTX_COLUMN_POLICIES, B-14
CTX_INDEX_ERRORS, B-6
CTX_INDEX_STATUS, B-7
CTX_INEX_LOG, B-15
CTX_LING_ERRORS, B-7
CTX_OBJECT_ATTRIBUTES, B-17
CTX_OBJECT_ATTRIBUTES_LOV, B-17
CTX_OBJECTS, B-16
CTX_PEFERENCE_ATTRIBUTES, B-19
CTX_POLICIES, B-18
CTX_PREFERENCE_USAGE, B-20
CTX_PREFERENCES, B-19
CTX_SERVERS, B-3
CTX_SOURCE, B-21
CTX_SQES, B-22
CTX_SYSTEM_PREFERENCE_USAGE, B-23
CTX_SYSTEM_PREFERENCES, B-22
CTX_SYSTEM_TEMPLATE_POLICIES, B-23
CTX_TEMPLATE_POLICIES, B-23
CTX_USER_COLUMN_POLICIES, B-24
CTX_USER_DML_QUEUE, B-8
CTX_USER_DML_SUM, B-8
CTX_USER_INDEX_LOG, B-25
CTX_USER_POLICIES, B-26
CTX_USER_PREFERENCE_ATTRIBUTES, B-27
CTX_USER_PREFERENCE_USAGE, B-27
CTX_USER_PREFERENCES, B-26
CTX_USER_QUEUE, B-9
CTX_USER_SECTION_GROUPS, B-28
CTX_USER_SECTIONS, B-28
CTX_USER_SOURCES, B-29
CTX_USER_SQES, B-30
CTX_USER_SVCQ, B-10
CTX_USER_TEMPLATE_POLICIES, B-30
CTX_USER_THESAURI, B-30

W

Web files
formats supported by URL data store, 6-22
Web servers, 6-22, 6-23
Windows 32-bit viewer
supported formats, 6-29
WITHIN operator
for section searching, 6-73
word processing formats, 6-28
Wordlist category, 7-51
preference example, 7-53
Tiles, 7-49
wordlist tables, C-4
in ConText indexes, 6-42
specifying STORAGE clauses for, 7-52
WordPerfect format
internal filter, 6-29, 7-18
World Wide Web
indexing using URL data store, 6-22
wrappers
for supplied external filters, 6-38
wrappers for, 6-39
writing
ConText server output to trace file, 4-4
WW6B predefined indexing preference, 7-19
WYSIWYG document viewing, 6-29

X

Xerox XIF format
internal filter, 6-29, 7-18


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