I think you can run your program in debug (STRDBG) and then view the temp
indexes in your joblog.

Peter Colpaert


Op ma 31 jan. 2022 om 15:39 schreef Sean Courtney <scourtney@xxxxxxxxxxx>:

Hello everyone,

maybe someone else also had similar issues.

Sometimes when I join tables in SQL a temporary index is built during

I tried to counteract this by adding new LF’s and indexes … sometimes it
works and sometimes it doesn’t…

Is there a way to find out how sql builds these indexes ??

If yes could someone please give we a quick update on how to find the index
definition. If I were to create these indexes permanently then I would

Improve runtime performance considerably ..

Mit freundlichen Grüßen / Kind regards / Bien à vous,


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