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Text Reference, Release 12.2

Table of Contents

Table of ContentsDocuments Conventions Changes in This Release for Oracle Text Reference Changes in Oracle Text 12c … Release 2 (12.2.0.1) 1 Oracle Text SQL Statements and Operators 1.1 ALTER INDEX 1.2 ALTER TABLE … 1.7 DROP INDEX 1.8 MATCHES 1.9 MATCH_SCORE 1.10 SCORE 2 Oracle Text

Text Application Developer's Guide, Release 12.2

Table of Contents

Table of ContentsDocumentation Accessibility Related Documents Conventions Changes in This Release for Oracle Text … Application Developer's Guide Changes in Oracle Text 12c Release 2 (12.2.0.1) 1 Understanding OracleText Application Development 1.1 Introduction to Oracle Text

Text Reference, Release 18c

Table of Contents

Table of ContentsDocuments Conventions Changes in This Release for Oracle Text Reference Changes in Oracle Text for … Oracle Database Release 18c, Version 18.1 Changes in Oracle Text 12c Release 2 (12.2.0.1) 1 Oracle … MATCH_SCORE 1.10 SCORE 2 Oracle

Text Reference, Release 12.2

Oracle Text Reference, 12c Release 2 (12.2)

Oracle® TextReference Oracle® Text Oracle® Text Reference 12 c Release 2 (12.2) E85635-01 May 2017 Provides … reference information for building applications with Oracle Text. Oracle Text Reference, 12c Release 2 … (12.2) E85635-01 Copyright © 2001, 2017, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.

Text Application Developer's Guide, Release 12.2

Oracle Text Application Developer's Guide, 12c Release 2 (12.2)

Oracle® TextApplication Developer's Guide Oracle® Text Oracle® Text Application Developer's Guide 12 c Release … 2 (12.2) E85649-02 May 2018 Provides information for building applications with Oracle Text. OracleText Application Developer's Guide, 12c Release

Text Application Developer's Guide, Release 18c

Table of Contents

Table of ContentsDocumentation Accessibility Related Documents Conventions Changes in This Release for Oracle Text … Application Developer's Guide Changes in Oracle Text for Oracle Database Release 18c, Version 18.1 New … Features Deprecated Features Changes in Oracle Text 12c Release

Data Mining User's Guide, Release 12.2

About Text Mining and Oracle Text

About Text Mining and Oracle TextUnderstand what is text mining and oracle text. Text mining is the process of applying data mining … fundamental unit of text that can be manipulated and analyzed. Oracle Text is a Database technology … columns of text are present in the training data,

Text Reference, Release 12.2

Text Loading Examples for Oracle Text

phraseis a word or phrase that is defined as having synonyms, broader terms, narrower terms, or related terms. In compliance with ISO-2788 standards, a TT marker can be placed before a phrase to indicate that the phrase is the top term in a hierarchy; however, the TT marker is not required. In fact, ctxload ignores TT markers during import. A top term is identified as any phrase that does not have a broader

Text Reference, Release 12.2

Text Loading Examples for Oracle Text

C.3 Structure of ctxload Thesaurus Import FileThis appendix provides examples of how to load text into a text column, and the structure of … of ctxload Thesaurus Import File C.1 SQL INSERT Example A simple way to populate a text table is to … create a table with two columns, id and text, using CREATE TABLE and then use the INSERT statement … to load the data.

Text Reference, Release 12.2

Text Loading Examples for Oracle Text

SYN synonymNcanine. Note: Synonym rings are not defined explicitly in Oracle Text thesauri. They are created by the transitive nature of synonyms.

Text Reference, Release 12.2

Text Loading Examples for Oracle Text

NT, NTG, NTP, NTI narrower_termN(in an Oracle Text thesaurus, the BT/NT, BTG/NTG, BTP/NTP, and BTI/NTI hierarchies are separate

Text Reference, Release 12.2

Text Loading Examples for Oracle Text

BT, BTG, BTP, BTI broader_termNare the markers that indicate broader_termN is a broader (generic|partitive|instance) term for phrase. broader_termN is a word or phrase that conceptually provides a more general description or category for phrase. For example, the word elephant could have a broader term of land mammal.

Text Reference, Release 12.2

Text Loading Examples for Oracle Text

USE SEE PT synonym1are markers that indicate phrase and synonym1 are synonyms within a synonym ring (similar to SYN). The markers USE, SEE or PT also indicate synonym1 is the preferred term for the synonym ring. Any of these markers can be used to define the preferred term for a synonym ring. Note: If the user-defined thesaurus is to be used for compiling the knowledge base, then you must specify the preferred term

Text Reference, Release 12.2

Text Loading Examples for Oracle Text

RT related_termNis the marker that indicates related_termN is a related term for phrase. related_termN is a word or phrase that has a meaning related to, but not necessarily synonymous with phrase. For example, the word dog could have a related term of wolf. Note: Related terms are not transitive. If a phrase has two or more related terms, the terms are related only to the parent phrase and not to each other.

Text Reference, Release 12.2

Text Loading Examples for Oracle Text

language_key termterm is the translation of phrase into the language specified by language_key. C.3.2 Alternate Hierarchy Structure In compliance with thesauri standards, the load file supports formatting hierarchies (BT/NT, BTG/NTG, BTP, NTP, BTI/NTI) by indenting the terms under the top term and using NT (or NTG, NTP, NTI) markers that include the level for the term: phrase NT1 narrower_term1 NT2 narrower_term1.1

Text Reference, Release 12.2

Text Loading Examples for Oracle Text

SN textis the marker that indicates the following text is a scope note (for example, comment) for the preceding entry.

Text Reference, Release 12.2

Oracle Text Views

Column Name Type DescriptionThis view displays all dictionaries created by the current user. Column Name Type Description ALD_NAME VARCHAR2(30) Name of the dictionary ALD_LANG VARCHAR2(30) Language of the dictionary G.34 CTX_USER_AUTO_OPTIMIZE_INDEXES

Text Reference, Release 12.2

Oracle Text Views

Column Name Type DescriptionThis view displays the ORDER BY columns registered in the Text data dictionary. It can be queried

Text Reference, Release 12.2

Oracle Text Views

Column Name Type DescriptionThis view displays information about the sections that have been created in the Text data

Text Reference, Release 12.2

Oracle Text Indexing Elements

Table 2-38 Storage Types: 'COMPRESS 2', which instructs Oracle Text to compress this index table. If you choose to override … a Text index. The system provides a single storage type called BASIC_STORAGE: Table 2-38 Storage … parameters for the database tables and indexes that constitute a Text index. 2.7.1 BASIC_STORAGE The … indexes