I have installed, uninstalled and installed again MS-SQL 2008 Enterprise on my system. The installation seems to go OK. I used "Select ALL" when I was choosing which components to add. I saw "FullText Search" in that list and it WAS checked for installation.
I'm going through one of those Training Kits (70-433) and I need to install the example databases. One of them "AdventureWorks" requires Full Text Search to install.
I can see "SQL Server FullText Search" in the list of services on my control panel. It's startup type is "Automatic" but it is NOT started. I attempt to start it and I get a message window saying the it could not start it: "Error 3: The system cannot find
the specified path."
When I select the FullText Search and look at its Properties, under the "General Tab", I find that the "Path to Executable" is completely empty.
I have no idea what the command line string should look like or even what the name of the execuatble should be.
I have been rooting through the WEB looking for solutions to this problem. One forum I read said that the file name that I am looking for is MSFTESQL.EXE. I have searched my entire harddrive. That files is NOT THERE. I DID find a file called MSFTE.EXE.
This has been going one for some time. I h
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