Sometimes in the past - Elvis could say more about present situation - the index was asked for when you had nested or common table expressions, or views based on views - that kind of thing. But by the time the access plan works with the file, it is working with a copy - and it really wants an index over the copy. So your logical is not even considered anymore.

Elvis, do you still see this behavior? I might not know the exact way it works, but it seems we used to see this.


-------------- Original message ----------------------
From: Mike Cunningham <mcunning@xxxxxxx>
I was reviewing the Index Advisor in iSeries Navigator today and see entries
advising me to create multiple indexes that I confirmed already exist via a
logical file. The logical file has existed for years in some cases yet the
advisor shows today as the last advised for query use date. Am I reading this
wrong or does the Index Advisor not care about DDS indexes?
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