95% of the time, the SQE is better for a given query than CQE. IIRC
correctly, the only pervasive issue I've heard about was with queries
contained in JD Edwards, but IBM/Oracle had some PTFs for those. I
think there's a knowledge base article on it.
Point out to your powers that be that at 6.1, IBM changes the system
default so that IGNORE_DERIVED_INDEXES = *YES.
I had ours changed in the middle of the day on a system with 800+
users and haven't looked backed.
On Fri, Aug 28, 2009 at 8:53 AM, Jonathan
We have an SQL statement that uses the CQE and runs extremely slowly. In test I have created an Encoded Vector Index and also changed a local version of the QAQQINI file so that the IGNORE_DERIVED_INDEXES is set to *YES.
With these settings the SQL runs extremely fast, however the powers that be are nervous about changing a global setting that would potentially affect all SQL requests.
I've spent the morning talking to my friend, Google, and searching through the Midrange.com archives, and everything I have seen indicates that using the SQE is better than using the CQE.
With this in mind, are there any pitfalls in changing the IGNORE_DERIVED_INDEXES setting to *YES? Should we expect all SQL to run at least as fast as does currently or is there a risk that some SQL processes could run slower?
Thanks in advance
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