InnoDB Fulltext Search now supports plugin parser in MySQL 5.7.3
release. It is a compatible feature as for MyISAM Fulltext
Search. So the syntax and usage remain to be largely the same.
A parser plugin can operate in either of two roles:
a) The plugin can replace the built-in parser. In this role, the
plugin reads the input to be parsed, splits it up into words, and
passes the words to the server (either for indexing or for word
b) The plugin can act in conjunction with the built-in parser by
serving as a front end for it. In this role, the plugin extracts
text from the input and passes the text to the parser, which
splits up the text into words using its normal parsing rules.
If you want to write your own full text plugin, please refer to
If you have a existing plugin parser for MyISAM, there would be
some minor …[Read more]