Ordered indices in Mnesia
Ulf Wiger (AL/EAB)
Wed Dec 14 11:00:37 CET 2005
Dave Smith wrote:
> I did see a post about compound indicies by Uffe:
> Uffe, are you still looking for testers? Would those indicies
> help me out?
It seems like my hack is what you're asking for.
I will confess that my current line of thought is to
move the custom index support into RDBMS instead.
Together with a couple of other enhancements of
RDBMS, I think that will work out nicely.
I can't promise to have anything before Christmas, though
(I can almost promise not to.) If you want to play with the
hack I have right now, I would welcome the feedback.
> On Dec 13, 2005, at 10:32 PM, Dave Smith wrote:
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> > This may be a stupid question, but I just can't seem to find the
> > answer. Is it possible to create a ordered index in mnesia? For
> > instance, I want to do the SQL equivalent of:
> > SELECT TOP 10 value FROM table
> > ...which would be easy to accomplish if I knew that the "value"
> > index was ordered.
> > Am I missing something obvious?
> > Thanks!
> > D.
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