you could you a MV (with query_rewrite) ro do what you want ... make sure
you use refresh on commit ... FBI won't be of much use in this scenario ...


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-----Original Message-----
Sent: 11 December 2002 21:09
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I have the following statement that I would like to create a function-based
index for:

SELECT MIN(tran_dt)
FROM ach_tran
WHERE cnfr_no = :b1

I'd like the index to include columns cnfr_no and tran_dt (in that order).
The examples I've seen are
just single-column indexes. Is it possible to have this additional
column in a function-based index that
is not involved in the actual function? If yes, what would the index
creation statement look like?

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