Subject Re: Table with more than 100 index.
Author svanderclock
yes, that work perfectly, but without any order by unfortunatly :(
the main probleme is the order by ...

--- In, Doug Chamberlin <dougchamberlin@...> wrote:
> Alexandre Benson Smith wrote:
> > My first attempt would be to create an index for each individual field.
> I would do the above except not for columns ID_Place, Status, Kind, or
> Subcategory. Then add one combination index for ID_place + Status + Kind
> + Subcategory since you know those values will always be used.
> Try it and let us know how well it worked.
> --
> Doug C.
> -----
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