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Trying to create an index based on multiple columns

Trying to create an index based on multiple columns

Trying to create an index based on multiple columns

I am being asked to do the following:
Put an index on ths table  when created,  SortIDX,   =  FamID Any MasterID ,Enrollment_Month
Basicaly to create an index based on multiple columns. While I have done this on one column I am not sure of the syn-text for multiple columns. Can some one please tell me how you would do this.
Thank you

RE: Trying to create an index based on multiple columns



   create [unique] [clustered | nonclustered]                                   
          index index_name                                                      
      on [[database.]owner.]table_name                                          
            (column_name [asc | desc]                                           
              [, column_name [asc | desc]]...)                                  
      [with { fillfactor = pct,                                                 
              max_rows_per_page = num_rows,                                     
              reservepagegap = num_pages,                                       
              consumers = x, ignore_dup_key, sorted_data,                       
              [ignore_dup_row | allow_dup_row],                                 
              statistics using num_steps values  } ]                            
      [on segment_name]                                               

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