Does anyone know if there is a list of German words used in the Fulltext word breaker?

SQL Server Full Text Search uses language specific Word Breakers.

For the German language this is used to break/split words including compound words. However, it appears not all known compound words are included in the Word Breaker. I would like to know if a list is available of the words the Word Breaker does know about.

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have you read this page, somewhere in microsoft msdn says how to see the list of words. The following links might help you.

Word Breakers and Stemmers

sp_help_fulltext_system_components

Good luck with that...


in sql server 2008 this works... the language_id i put here is for german. I wanted to see the same thing but for spanish.

SELECT * FROM sys.fulltext_system_stopwords
WHERE language_id = 1031

edit: in sql server 2005 the words are stored here "$SQL_Server_Install_Path\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL.1\MSSQL\FTDATA\", If you edit the noise-word file, you have to repopulate the full-text.


The answer is there is no answer. According to Microsoft , the words are not stored - they use a formula to "break" them. This will never be 100% accurate so i will just have to live with this fact.


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