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Using SQL CONTAINS(*, ) returns no results

Sep 26, 2017 at 02:51 PM

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Hi,

I am working with an existing standard Business Object query in Hybris Marketing which builds a SELECT statement that just uses CONTAINS(*, ..) on an attribute view. I have added a ZZ field from a supplied customer include on an underlying table into this view, but am unable to search the values in this field using the CONTAINS(*, ...). When records are returned using some other search criteria, the value of the ZZ field is correctly populated, so it has been included in the attribute view successfully.

I thought initially that the lack of search on this field was because there wasn't a full_text index on it, but after creating this index and confirming that it was active, I still cannot search for values in this ZZ field.

Does anyone know why a field with a full text index in an underlying table would not be searchable using the CONTAINS(*,...) syntax SELECTing from an attribute view? I should mention that when using the CONTAINS(*,...) syntax on the underlying table directly, the SELECT works as expected and returns the relevant rows.

Thanks,

Andrew

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