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Status Not under consideration
Categories Design Studio
Created by Guest
Created on Jan 9, 2018

Create multiple indexes in one shot

When developing and working with item(s), it could be interesting to create several indexes of an item in one shot. This is to avoid using the "add index" function again and again (which is time consuming)
DeveloperWorks ID DW_ID47177
RTC ID RTC_ID419735
Link to original RFE http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/rfe/execute?use_case=viewRfe&CR_ID=47177
  • Guest
    Jun 4, 2019

    Best practices: mappers would not normally create more than 10-12 indexes, so we believe functionality like this would have minimal value.