At 15:40 3/19/2004, Alan Kincer wrote:
Can anyone tell me how to identify the primary key of a physical file?

The easy out is dspfd <filename> type(*accpth). That's probably not what you had in mind though, because a logical view (index) can be created with the keyword UNIQUE, meaning that each key in the index must be exactly that. If that's your quandry, I can sympathize, but afaik, you're stuck with looking at each index (dspdbr) and recording the key attributes in a spreadsheet or something. You could easily have more than one unique key.


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