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Re: [IDMS-L] Upcoming CA-IDMS Webcast

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Sep 25, 2006
9:30AM EDT is 6:30AM MST, which is too early for me. Will it be
archived so I can listen to it later?

Petra


At 08:00 AM 9/22/2006, you wrote:
On Oct 2, @ 09:30-10:30 EDT Judy Kruntorad and Greg Beedy of CA's =
Framingham, MA. IDMS Development Center will hold a webcast on the =
CA-IDMS Product Strategy.

They will cover how CA-IDMS continues to provide business value in the
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21st century. The webcast will start with a brief review of current =
releases and then give a preview of the features planned for CA-IDMS =
Release 17.
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This global webcast is open to all clients. =20
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Sign up at =
http://www3.ca.com/events/eventdetail.aspx?CID=3D20930&CevID=3D93151 =
<http://bull.tiburontech.com/exchweb/bin/redir.asp?URL=3Dhttp://www3.ca
.c=
om/events/eventdetail.aspx?CID=3D20930%26CevID=3D93151> .

Bob Wiklund
Tiburon Technologies
623 594-6022
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Defining System Owned indexes with Offsets
"Hello Group,
Can anyone shed any insight on the pros and cons of using OFFSETS on the
WITHIN AREA clause while defining indexes. If defining several indexes
within a single area, Is it best to partition the indexes off based on
page range or percentages or could I just not use offsets and let the
indexes battle it out as to where they are within the area.

TIA
Tim
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Re: Defining System Owned indexes with Offsets
"If you are concerned about performance, each index should be isolated.
We put every index in its own area at our shop. This has the added
benefit of allowing you to use index-tuning features such as
displacements and page reserves.

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