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    I have a partitioned table that has indexes. I want to finf out if the indexes are normal or global. I checked the index_type column of dba_indexes and it say normal.
    Does that mean the indexes are global or local?

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    It only means it is B*tree index type. For information on partitioning, search the column PARTITIONED in DBA_/ALL_/USER_INDEXES or check the DBA_PART_INDEXES view.
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    I checked and I could not find the column that contains that information. Can you please tell me the column name under
    dba_part_indexes where I can find if the indexes are global or local?

    Thanks

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    Check the column DBA_PART_INDEXES.LOCALITY

    hth,
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    Local-Global-Prefixed-Non-Prefixed

    Hi, 22nd April 2001 17:04 hrs chennai

    Use

    ALL_PART_INDEXES====>

    LOCALITY column which tells Indicates whether this partitioned index is LOCAL or GLOBAL

    ALIGNMENT Columns Indicates whether this partitioned index is PREFIXED or NON-PREFIXED

    Cheers

    Padmam
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