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Contents → Documents Conventions What's New in Oracle Text? Oracle Database 11 g Release 2 (11.2) New Features … in Oracle Text Oracle Database 11 g Release 1 (11.1) New Features in Oracle Text 1 Oracle Text SQL … CONTAINS CREATE
Contents → Documents Conventions 1 Understanding Oracle Text Application Development 1.1 Introduction to … Oracle Text 1.2 Document Collection Applications 1.2.1 Flowchart of Text Query Application 1.3 Catalog … Applications 1.5 XML Search Applications 1.5.1 Using Oracle Text 1.5.2
5.3.7 Installing Oracle Text Supplied Knowledge Bases → An Oracle Text knowledge base is a hierarchical tree of concepts used for theme indexing, ABOUT … queries, and deriving themes for document services. If you plan to use any of these Oracle Text … Examples Installation Guide Oracle Text Reference for information about creating and extending
Upgrade Oracle Text → CTXSYS If your Oracle Text index uses KOREAN_LEXER which was deprecated in Oracle 9 i and desupported … information on manual migration from KOREAN_LEXER to KOREAN_MORPH_LEXER. See Also: Oracle Text Reference for … more information about these files Oracle Text Application
5.5.8 Installing Oracle Text Supplied Knowledge Bases → An Oracle Text knowledge base is a hierarchical tree of concepts used for theme indexing, ABOUT … queries, and deriving themes for document services. If you plan to use any of these Oracle Text … Examples media. See Also: Oracle Text Reference for information about creating and extending
5.5.9 Installing the Oracle Text Filtering Component → Oracle Text Filtering Technology requires the Visual C++ libraries included in the Visual C … version of the vcredist_x86.exe file from http://www.microsoft.com/downloads See Also: Oracle Text … Reference for more information about Oracle Text Filtering Technology
Installing Oracle Text Supplied Knowledge Bases After Upgrading Oracle Database → The Oracle Text supplied knowledge bases are part of the companion Oracle Database 11 g release … . Any Oracle Text features dependent on the supplied knowledge bases which were available before the … upgrade do not function after the upgrade. To re-enable such features, you must install the Oracle
12 Administering Oracle Text → This chapter describes Oracle Text administration. The following topics are covered: Oracle Text … Users and Roles DML Queue The CTX_OUTPUT Package The CTX_REPORT Package Text Manager in Oracle … Enterprise Manager Servers and Indexing Database Feature Usage Tracking in Oracle
7 Tuning Oracle Text → Index (CDI) in Oracle Text Solving Index and Query Bottlenecks Using Tracing Using Parallel Queries
2.6 Oracle Text Requirement → Oracle Text must be installed in order to use the searchable online Help in Oracle Application … Express. By default, Oracle Text is installed as part of Oracle Database. In addition, ensure that the … default language preferences for Oracle Text have
Oracle Text Indexes → use such islands of structured content. See Also: \"XMLIndex\" Oracle Text Indexes Besides accessing … particular passages of text within XML text nodes. This is the purpose of Oracle Text indexes: they index … full-text strings. An Oracle Text
14 Oracle Text Utilities → This chapter discusses the utilities shipped with Oracle Text. The following topics are included
1.5.1 Using Oracle Text → also benefit from the following characteristics of Oracle Text searches: Searches are token-based … sets See Also: \"XML Section Searching with Oracle Text\"
G Oracle Text Views → This appendix lists all of the views provided by Oracle Text. The system provides the following
C Text Loading Examples for Oracle Text → This appendix provides examples of how to load text into a text column, and the structure of
C.3.2 Usage Notes for Terms in Import Files → The following conditions apply to the structure of the entries in the import file: Each entry ( phrase, BT, NT, or SYN ) must be on a single line followed by a newline character. Entries can consist of a single word or phrases. The maximum length of an entry ( phrase, BT, NT, or SYN ) is 255 bytes, not including the BT, NT, and SYN markers or the newline characters. Entries cannot contain parentheses
C.3.3 Usage Notes for Relationships in Import Files → The following conditions apply to the relationships defined for the entries in the import file: related term entries must follow a phrase or another related term entry related term entries start with one or more spaces, the RT marker, followed by white space, then the related term on the same line multiple related terms require multiple RT markers Example of incorrect RT usage: MOVING PICTURE CAMERAS
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 … primary key, which is optional. The text column is VARCHAR2: create table docs (id number primary … key, text varchar2(80)); To populate the text column, use the INSERT statement as follows: insert into
C.3.4 Examples of Import Files → This section provides three examples of correctly formatted thesaurus import files. C.3.4.1 Example 1 (Flat Structure) cat SYN feline NT domestic cat NT wild cat BT mammal mammal BT animal domestic cat NT Persian cat NT Siamese cat wild cat NT tiger tiger NT Bengal tiger dog BT mammal NT domestic dog NT wild dog SYN canine domestic dog NT German Shepard wild dog NT Dingo C.3.4.2 Example 2 (Hierarchical)