• Subject: Re: ODP / SQL Question.
  • From: Phil Groschwitz <sublime78ska@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 29 Jan 2001 19:16:47 -0800 (PST)

Create an index not a dds logical file.

This doesn't mean the query optimizer will pick it. 
It may take a little work (in defining the index) to
get the query optimizer to use the index.


--- "Hatzenbeler, Tim" <thatzenbeler@clinitech.net>
>       We have a purchased piece of software, that works
> pretty good, but
> there is one program that seems to suck up our
> resources.
>       So I looked at it, and it happens to be a RPGSQL
> function, and it
> does a lot of interactive indexing.  So my questions
> is this.  Can I created
> a logical file similar to this SQL, and index it the
> same.  So when this sql
> is activated it would be smart enough to use an
> already created index
> instead of creating one from scratch on the fly? 
> And if so, is there
> anything special I need to do to attach the logical
> to the job?
>       Thanks, tim

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