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From: Tompkins Neil (neil.tompkinsgooglemail.com)
Date: Wed Mar 31 2010 - 11:56:46 CDT
I found by using the REPAIR command it is now working.
On Wed, Mar 31, 2010 at 5:38 PM, Tompkins Neil <neil.tompkinsgooglemail.com
> Hi Mark
> I did infact change the value of ft_min_word_len to 1. Rebuild the indexes
> using REPAIR table name. But it didn't appear to have any affect.
> On Wed, Mar 31, 2010 at 5:29 PM, Mark Goodge <markgood-stuff.co.uk>wrote:
>> On 31/03/2010 16:52, Tompkins Neil wrote:
>>> I have the following fulltext search which appears to work fine for
>>> phrases. However if I search like just "51" which is part of the string
>>> name like 51 Blue Widget in the table it doesn't return any results.
>>> However if I search like "bl" it returns the 51 Blue Widget result. My
>>> query is as follows :
>>> SELECT Name MATCH (Name) AGAINST ('51*') as Relevance
>>> FROM Products
>>> WHERE MATCH (Name) AGAINST ('51*' IN BOOLEAN MODE)
>>> ORDER BY Relevance DESC
>>> Any ideas what the problem might be ?
>> "51" is too short to be included in the index by default, so will never
>> match. "Blue", on the other hand, is indexed and therefore is returned by a
>> The default minimum word length is four characters. See
>> http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/fulltext-fine-tuning.html for more
>> information on how to change that if necessary.
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