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Re: managing user indexes (*USRIDX)



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I think you are asking whether you can have multiple indexes on a user
index and I believe that the answer to that is no. A user index just lets
you create a fast access data. It is not a DB table.


On Mon, Jan 7, 2013 at 1:25 PM, gn pr <gn_pr@xxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi,
Which is the best way to use the user indexes (*USRIDX)? Due to user
indexes are faster access than a database file, is there any native way to
manage multiple user indexes? By example if I have one user index and 3
replicas from it, is there a 'native' (triggers, links, something…) way to
manage the access or chose one of this user indexes to get the data?
My idea is manage the user indexes as a distributed database taking
advantage of the fast access, is it possible with the tools provided from
IBM?


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