The pg_ts_config catalog contains entries representing text search configurations. A configuration specifies a particular text search parser and a list of dictionaries to use for each of the parser's output token types. The parser is shown in the pg_ts_config entry, but the token-to-dictionary mapping is defined by subsidiary entries in pg_ts_config_map.
PostgreSQL's text search features are described at length in Chapter 12.
Table 48-47. pg_ts_config Columns
|oid||oid||Row identifier (hidden attribute; must be explicitly selected)|
|cfgname||name||Text search configuration name|
|cfgnamespace||oid||pg_namespace.oid||The OID of the namespace that contains this configuration|
|cfgowner||oid||pg_authid.oid||Owner of the configuration|
|cfgparser||oid||pg_ts_parser.oid||The OID of the text search parser for this configuration|
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