>>Also, be aware that if you have multiple logical files with the same key
>>structure, the /400 will share the access path, minimising the overhead
>>involved in maintaining the access path....
>Doesn't this sharing depend on the order of creation of the logicals? I.e.,
>if the longer-keyed logical were created after the shorter-keyed one, the
>access path would _not_ be shared? There are 3rd-party tools to manage this
>stuff (Pete Massiello, here's your cue!)

This is absolutely true.  I thought I'd mention access path sharing for those
who are afraid to create "one more logical" because of performance issues.
You'd be amazed how many times I've been told that the AS/400 "can't
do that!"

Buck Calabro

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