I see the code for reindexing all of the table is a dictionary, but what is the syntax to reindex the linked dictionaries and the tables in those?

I connect to the Master and two linked dictionarires are named "appdata' and 'userdata' and my sql querires preface the table with the appdata.<tablename> but this syntax is supported in http://devzone.advantagedatabase.com/dz/Content.aspx?Key=17&RefNo=090706-2190

Can you help?


asked 05 Mar '15, 18:06

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Thanks. I had tried appdata.<tablename> syntax in ARC but that doesn't work. The syntax validation fails. I suppose the best thing is to connect directly to each of the linked dictionaries and use the procedure as provided in the link.


answered 06 Mar '15, 08:08

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this is curently not supported in ADS. You need to be connected to the dictionary directly to run reindex, backup and other administrative tasks.


answered 06 Mar '15, 09:00

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That's what I put on the wishlist a long time ago:

execute <linktable>.procduere

(07 Mar '15, 00:58) Marcus Herz
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