Huh?

Two types?

What makes a type?

How about:
1) simple logicals (one format, non-joined)
2) joined logicals
3) multi-format logicals
4) can you have a multi-format joined logical?...would it be a different type?
5) SQL views (is this really different than #2?)
6) SQL indexes (is this really different than #1?)
7) SQL EVI indexes (unlike a regular SQL index, can't be used by RPG native 
I/O, makes it different in my book ;-)


I would imagine that the above is different from the possible object subtypes 
at the MI level.

Anything else anybody can add?  

Charles Wilt
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iSeries Systems Administrator / Developer
Mitsubishi Electric Automotive America
ph: 513-573-4343
fax: 513-398-1121
 

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