Sql server 2016 full text index not updating
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Of course you'll also have to ignore the exception regarding SQL Server Agent, but it does not stop the wizard, you can just click OK and ignore it. IF you're you're using SQL 2005, then lookin in the MSSQL90\MSSQL.1\MSSQL\LOG directory where you have SQL Server 2005 installed for SQLFT*files for FT Indexing success or failure info. When I kick off a full population I see these messages in the event log: The crawl seed cannot be accessed. The Gatherer successfully processed 0 documents totaling 0K. Either way, I'd highly recommend upgrading to SQL 2005 or better still SQL 2008. Full text catalaog is not getting automatically bulit.
So in the short term I would recommend using DDL instead of the UI.I have also confirmed that it's automatically checking for changes, although turning that from "Automatic" to "Manual" to "Off" doesn't seem to do much except reset the number of queued results.(Turning it back to "Automatic" resets the number to 30,000.) I have tried to rebuild the full-text index, but for "Full" and "Incremental" it throws back a message about "there is already an index".In fact, since the UI only seems to trip on creating the catalog, you can use the UI to create the indexes if you first create the catalog via DDL.....then pick that catalog when stepping through the wizard, instead of creating a new one.You have reached this page because you’ve tried to access the Microsoft Connect portal.
After nearly 10 years, Microsoft Connect has been retired in favor of new tools and services that will continue to allow you to engage with Microsoft.Please help or let me know the solultion for this problem in SQL server @008 Service pack 1, Full text catalog not getting populated even after rebuilding it.I have a table that was doing a fine job of full-text search until last week.If you are a member of an active Connect program, your program has either closed or moved to one of these tools or services.Identify your program below to get status and next steps.Depending upon the error(s) you are seeing I can help dignose more what the problem is with your FT Indexing. Error: 8007007f - The specified procedure could not be found. The crawl for project could not be started, because no crawl seeds could be accessed. At the beginning it was working fine, but after using the SQL server 2008 for 2 or 3 months, this problem has started.