SQL will search for indexes built against the table. If you have the
appropriate one built it will run much faster.
For example:
- Create a table.
- Punch in 10,000 rows into that table.
- Type in STRDBG PGM(*NONE) UPDPROD(*YES)
- Type in STRSQL
- Type in SELECT * FROM MYTABLE ORDER BY MYCOLUMN
- F3 out of STRSQL
- Type in DSPJOBLOG and see a bunch of messages that you really ought to
be an index.

Rob Berendt

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