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index → Specify the name of the index. You can specify schema.name. Must be a local index. seed Specify the
Creating a New Index → index to the columns you define in a child table when adding a foreign key constraint. Before you add … performance after the new indexes are added. After index creation, Oracle automatically synchronizes the … index with any subsequent inserts, updates or deletes to the base table. Indexes are generally of value … deleting indexes
index (IN) → Index of the element whose is assigned to.
DROP INDEX → Note: This section describes the DROP INDEX statement as it pertains to dropping a Text domain … index. For a complete description of the DROP INDEX statement, see Oracle Database SQL Reference … . Purpose Use DROP INDEX to drop a specified Text index. Syntax DROP INDEX [schema.]index
Index Options → This section describes the following SQL*Loader options that control how index entries are created: SORTED INDEXES SINGLEROW
ALTER INDEX → Note: This section describes the ALTER INDEX statement as it pertains to managing a Text domain … index. For a complete description of the ALTER INDEX statement, see Oracle Database SQL Reference … . Purpose Use ALTER INDEX to perform the following maintenance tasks for a CONTEXT, CTXCAT, or CTXRULE … index:
CREATE INDEX → The CREATE INDEX statement creates an Expression Filter index for a set of expressions stored in a … assigned to it), and the index should be created in the same schema as the table (storing expressions … ). Format CREATE INDEX [schema_name.]index_name ON [schema_name.].table_name (column_name) INDEXTYPE
Index Optimization → To ensure fast query results, the Ultra Search crawler maintains an active index of all documents … crawled over all data sources. This lets you schedule when you would like the index to be optimized … . The index should be optimized during hours of low usage. Note: Increasing the crawler cache … directory size can reduce index
index (IN) → Which parameter to retrieve from the parameter list.
DROP INDEX → The DROP INDEX statement drops an Expression Filter index. Format DROP INDEX [schema_name … .]index_name; Keyword and Parameters None. Usage Notes Dropping an Expression Filter index automatically drops … all the secondary objects maintained for the index. These objects include a predicate table, one
index (IN) → Index for starting point of scan.
INDEX Hint → The index hint will apply to domain indexes. In other words, the index hint will force the … optimizer to use the hinted index for a user-defined operator, if possible.
index (IN) → Index of the element which must be deleted.
index (OUT) → Index of the last existing element in the table.
[ schema .] index → Specify the name of the Text index to create. [ schema.] table ( column ) Specify the name of the … table and column to index. Your table can optionally contain a primary key if you prefer to identify … partitioned table. If you do not specify the LOCAL clause, a global index is created. DATE, NUMBER … attributes can be, provided
ODCIStatsDelete (Index) → Purpose ODCIStatsDelete is called to delete user-defined statistics on an index or a partition of an … index. Table 21-5 ODCIStatsDelete Parameters Parameter Meaning ia Domain index for which statistics … are being deleted statistics OUT Contains aggregate statistics for a partitioned index env Contains … static
Index Scans → In this method, a row is retrieved by traversing the index, using the indexed column values … specified by the statement. An index scan retrieves data from an index based on the value of one or more … columns in the index. To perform an index scan, Oracle searches the index for the indexed
index (IN) → Index of the element whose pointer is returned.
index (IN) → Index of the element which is checked for existence.
CREATE INDEX → Note: This section describes the CREATE INDEX statement as it pertains to creating an Oracle Text … domain index. For a complete description of the CREATE INDEX statement, see Oracle Database SQL … Reference. Purpose Use CREATE INDEX to create an Oracle Text index. An Oracle Text index