|Subject:||Help understanding an oracle text search term|
|Date:||Tue, 5 May 2009|
I have a varchar2 column (col2) and I've created an CTXSYS.CONTEXT
index for it (using the empty stoplist).
I'm running a query that has
... AND CONTAINS(col2, 'G"%') > 0
This results in an error "DRG-51030: wildcard query expansion resulted
in too many terms"
But if I change the search term to 'G%' (without the double-quote)
then I don't get the error.
I'm trying to understand why the double-quote causes the error and
what it means in a CONTAINS search.
Is a double-quote special in a CONTAINS search?