[unixODBC-support] index types

Nick Gorham nick.gorham at easysoft.com
Wed Jan 19 21:41:40 GMT 2005


Eric Sharkey wrote:

>The SQLStatistics() docs on the MSDN site say this of the field "TYPE":
>
>  Type of information being returned:
>
>  SQL_TABLE_STAT indicates a statistic for the table (in
>  the CARDINALITY or PAGES column).
>
>  SQL_INDEX_BTREE indicates a B-Tree index.
>
>  SQL_INDEX_CLUSTERED indicates a clustered index.
>
>  SQL_INDEX_CONTENT indicates a content index.
>
>  SQL_INDEX_HASHED indicates a hashed index.
>
>  SQL_INDEX_OTHER indicates another type of index.
>
>I can't seem to find a definition for SQL_INDEX_BTREE or SQL_INDEX_CONTENT
>in either unixODBC or MS's headers.  Is this just documenting a feature
>noone ever got around to implementing?
>  
>
I think so, if you do find values, let me know though and I will add them.

I found the same ommission.

-- 
Nick



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