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I am using SQL Server fulltext containstable and the column which is indexed has collation Czech_CS_AS, so why when I have word "byt" it returns records with word "být" too. I thought that the collation should solve this, but obviously I have to set something else, but I don't know what


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Did you specify the accent sensitivity attribute of the catalog itself (by default it should match)? – Alex K. Sep 21 '12 at 13:15
Of course I didn't, I totally forgot about the catalog,I am stupid. Thanks a lot – david Sep 21 '12 at 13:26
If you change the accent sensitivity setting, you will need to rebuild the catalog. – Pete Carter Sep 24 '12 at 18:20