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How to create Index on a table and call Configuration file using SapHana CDS (.hdbdd)file?

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How to create Index on a table and define Configuration file from TextAnalysis using SapHana CoreDataServices (.hdbdd)file?

I am Getting this #Error when i am trying to create Index on the table using CDS(.hdbdd) file.

#ERROR : 'CONFIGURATION not supported with synchronous processing'

i am trying to call the custom configuration file of Text Analysis which helps to get the solution from the Indexed column through $TA Table.

Does CDS will support calling custom configuration file are not?

If we can, what is the right syntax for calling the configuration file.

Below is my code, i am getting ERROR for same code.


Thanks

Best Regards

Vinod.

namespace <***************************>;
@Schema: 'Project_02'
context TABLE_CDS_INDEX {
    @Catalog.tableType: #COLUMN
     Entity ZT_TABLE_DATA
	{
	key DATA_ID:String(8);
	DATA_STRING:String(50);
	}
technical configuration
{
  fulltext index fti_DATA_STRING on (DATA_STRING) 
  TEXT ANALYSIS ON
  configuration 'cs.HANA.MYPROJECT.DATA_CLEANSING::MY_CONFIG_EXTRACTION_CORE_TEST.hdbtextconfig';
}
};
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  • Posted on May 22, 2017 at 07:46 AM

    The full-text parameters CONFIGURATION and TEXT MINING CONFIGURATION are not supported.

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