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Modeling Function Based Indexes in Oracle

@thatjeffsmith Is there a way to define a function-based index in #SQLDevModeler? — Kent Graziano (@KentGraziano) October 29, 2014 Function based indexes [DOCS] have been part of Oracle Database since at least version 8. Instead of just indexing someone’s name, you could also index the values returned by a function call over that name. Example […]

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Defining Storage Properties for Primary and Unique Columns in SQL Developer Data Modeler

Going through our enhancement requests in The Exchange this week, I was struck by how many folks were asking for features that are already there. There were at least three requests for being able to define how the Indexes are handled for table columns defined as Primary Keys or Unique. Here’s an example that summarizes […]

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SQL Server VS Oracle: Index Monitoring

Jealousy is not an emotion I generally feel for the SQL Server technology stack. I covet their Twitter camaraderie, but I ‘know’ that Oracle can counter just about anything thrown at it. People that Helped Me with this Post I was reminded that even old dogs can be taught new tricks while monitoring the #SQLSaturday […]

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