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Exclusive reindex on table

Exclusive reindex on table

Exclusive reindex on table

I'm using visual fox pro with SBT 5.0. I'm trying to run an exclusive reindex on a particular table in fox pro, does anyone know the command for this? Thanks guys, ya'll are great!!

RE: Exclusive reindex on table


use arcust01 exclusive

Why aren't you using the system manager reindex function?

Bill Couture

RE: Exclusive reindex on table

It doesn't reindex ALL of the tables. It's supposed to but we have found that occasionally when SBT starts acting weird, we will have to exclusively reindex a table. I don't know why.

RE: Exclusive reindex on table

Sounds like your system may have some corrupted files.  There is a table called SYSDNDX that should have all the indexes in it.  Can you browse that?

Bill Couture

RE: Exclusive reindex on table

I have access to sydindx, is this the table you were talking about? What am I looking for in this?

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