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Index Levels

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Sep 13, 2007
Latest reply on Sep 13, 2007 by ca.portal.admin
Listers,
I am working on resizing a lot of indexes in our environment. The manual
states that you should design for a 3 level index except for ""indexes
with many entries..."". Nowhere in the manuals or on CA's website can I
find a definition of what they consider ""many"" in this circumstance. I
have some ideas on where I would draw the line, but would like to get
some ideas from the list.

So, my question is: At what point do you decide to target an index for 4
levels (or even 5) instead of the recommended 3 level's?

Thanks for any assistance.

Dan Hall
GE
Capital Solutions
Danbury, CT

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