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Full text index before or after non-clustered index

Folks,

In mySQL should any required non-clusterd indexes be built before or
after a full-text index? Either on the same column or different
columns...

Would appreciate any view/experiences that you may have on this
issue.

Cheers & thanks,
Al.
The mySQL newbie

Dec 20 '06 #1
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al*****@altavis ta.com wrote:
Folks,

In mySQL should any required non-clusterd indexes be built before or
after a full-text index? Either on the same column or different
columns...

Would appreciate any view/experiences that you may have on this
issue.

Cheers & thanks,
Al.
The mySQL newbie
The order of creating indexes is really quite irrelevent.

--
Michael Austin.
Database Consultant
Dec 21 '06 #2

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