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MongoDB Full Text Search Explained

Tobias Trelle explains the features planned for the full text support coming in MongoDB 2.4: stop words, (basic) stemming, full text indexes, and API:

The upcoming release 2.4 of MongoDB will include a first, experimental support for full text search (FTS). This feature was requested early in the history of MongoDB as you can see from this JIRA ticket: SERVER-380. FTS is first available with the developer release 2.3.2.

Couple of reasons for MongoDB including full text search:

  1. highly requested feature (239 votes, 193 watchers, 42 participants)
  2. (high level) feature parity with MySQL
  3. NIH

The majority of databases support full text indexing, but almost everyone needing good full text search ends up using Lucene or Solr or Elastic Search or Sphinx.

Original title and link: MongoDB Full Text Search Explained (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://blog.codecentric.de/en/2013/01/text-search-mongodb-stemming/