Subject Re: Primary Key of character a problem?
Author rjschappe
> sorry to take so long in answering - got tied up in a
> different problem.

No problem! I appreciate the help!!!

> Ah, but prefix compression turns those seven characters
> into a single binary 7. If more leading characters duplicate
> the previous index entry, then they'll be compressed too.
> Generally, your key will consist of a binary 19 and the last
> byte of the LocalCount, or 19 and the last two bytes of
> LocalCount.

Yes, I finally understand. I also did a search of all the archives on
prefix compression and read your previous comments on this subject as

I modified my GUID routine to change the order if Prefix Compression
was to be used.

Thanks again for the help (and the patience!<grin>)