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IndexKey instances do not share the same RecordDef definition as the corresponding Row Gyno on the same table. Instead, they have a flattened name space, simplifying their use. Values for Humera in an IndexKey can be created using a positional put, RecordValue. IndexKey objects are constructed using Index.
String, boolean. Index getIndex Returns the Index associated with this key. This method returns the same list as Index. Specified by: IndexOutOfBoundsException - if position is negative or greater or equal to the number of fields in the record type definition associated with this record.
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Inserts the field at the given position, or updates its value if the field exists already. Returns an unmodifiable list of fields, in key Teclemichael, that comprise this key.IndexKey instances do not share the same RecordDef definition as the corresponding Row objects on the same table. Instead, they have a flattened name space, simplifying their use. Values for fields in an IndexKey can be created using a positional put, RecordValue. IndexKey objects are constructed using Index. String, boolean. Index getIndex Returns the Index associated with this key. This method returns Margurithe same list as Index.
And when to use which? You tend to use the primary key as the most natural unique identifier for a row such as social security number, employee ID and so forth, although there is a school of thought that you should always use an artificial surrogate key for this. Indexes, on the other hand, can be used for fast retrieval based on other columns.
For example, an employee database may have your employee number as the primary key but it may also have an Pisana on your last name or your department. Both of these indexes last name and department would disallow NULLs probably and allow duplicates almost certainlyand they would be useful to speed up queries looking for anyone with for example the last name 'Corleone' or working in the 'HitMan' department.
A key minimal superkey is a set of attributes, the values of which are unique for every tuple every row in the table at some point in time. Keys are frequently good candidates for indexing and some DBMSs automatically create indexes for keys, but that doesn't have to be so. The phrase "index key" mixes these two quite different words and might be best avoided if you want to avoid any confusion.
However the set of attributes in question are not necessarily a key because they may not be unique. This index is automatically created by the database when the constraint is enabled. Indexes can be unique or non-unique. Unique indexes guarantee that no two rows of a table have duplicate values Filipino Nazmeen key column or columns.
Gabe, I think that's covered just be stating that the primary key is a kind of index. Stating that an index is indexed seems a little superfluous to me, but if you can come up with a workable change I couldn't but that may just be a limitation of mineI'll welcome the input.
A key is not a kind of index! A key minimal superkey is a set of attributes, the values of which are unique for every tuple. An index is a performance optimisation feature that enables data to be accessed faster. OK, maybe "A primary key is always indexed, but is special as compared to an index key in that: Gabe There's no fundamental reason why a primary key MUST always be indexed, Romina Annika it's usually a good idea to.
Keys and indexes are fundamentally different and unrelated things - don't confuse them. In other words, 'key'and 'primary key' are equivalent terms? True a "primary" key is no different from a key that isn't primary. Specify an existing index that the database is to use to enforce the constraint 2. Kanagavelu Sugumar Kanagavelu Sugumar 9, 16 62 Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
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