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Re: Semi-Optimistic


  • Subject: Re: Semi-Optimistic
  • From: "Roger Pence" <rp@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 19 Feb 1999 14:22:01 -0600

fixed

>    I was told that this is 1) SQL, and 2) an SQL created Table.  It is not
Query
>and a DDS created table, which for the most part is what 99.9% of AS/400
systems
>use.  So all that Vector Encoded Indicies, will not work for mere mortals
who use
>DDS.
>
>    Why isnt this stuff set up to be used with DDS, when almost the entire
>existing AS/400 population uses DDS, and not SQL to define their files.


I'm confused. SQL's CREATE TABLE creates a physical file just like CRTPF
does, and SQL's CREATE VIEW creates a logical file just like CRTLF does.
What distinction exist to cause Vector Encoded Indicies problems?

rp
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