|Oracle8i interMedia Text Reference
Release 2 (8.1.6)
Part Number A77063-01
CTX_DDL Package, 6 of 24
Adds a stop section to an automatic section group. Adding a stop section causes the automatic section indexing operation to ignore the specified section in XML documents.
Adding a stop section causes no section information to be created in the index. However, the text within a stop section is always searchable.
Adding a stop section is useful when your documents contain many low information tags. Adding stop sections also improves indexing performance with the automatic section group.
The number of stop sections you can add is unlimited.
Specify the name of the automatic section group. If you do not specify an automatic section group, this procedure returns an error.
Specify the tag to ignore during indexing. This parameter is case-sensitive. Defining a stop tag as such also stops the tag's attribute sections, if any.
You can qualify the tag with document type in the form (doctype)tag. For example, if you wanted to make the
<fluff> tag a stop section only within the
mydoc document type, specify
(mydoc)fluff for tag.
The following code adds a stop section identified by the tag <
fluff> to the automatic section group
This code also stops any attribute sections contained within
<fluff>. For example, if a document contained:
Then the above code also stops the attribute section
The following code creates a stop section for the tag <
fluff> only in documents that have a root element of
Stop sections do not have section names and hence are not recorded in the section views.