Subject RE: [ib-support] Non-technical database question
Author Cassandra Harley
>If you're willing to put in the extra effort required to learn c/s thinking
>and accept that things may be very different from what you're used to with
>Access, then go for it! Though you may not need many of the benefits of
>Firebird until your system goes c/s.
See, that is the type of person I am. I am willing to put the extra effort
in to lay a better groundwork. Even if I may get the exact same benefits
from a non c/s product.
However I would be concerned if the use of a product such as firebird, over
say Access produced negative results.

>I took a quick look and my only comment is that you must remove those
>indexes that are duplicates of keys (primary or foreign) - it only confuses
>the optimizer to have duplicate indexes. You may keep the descending ones,
>keys just create ascending indexes (I think).
*L*, I am slightly confused, but am going to take a look at my keys, and see
what you mean. your thoughts are appreciated.