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From Jonathan Leech <>
Subject Re: Index merge / join for multiple where clause
Date Tue, 06 Jun 2017 06:48:24 GMT
I'm pretty sure I've worked around that by either using query hints or nesting / subselect.
The idea is to use the most selective index 1st, then read and filter by the 2nd column out
of the rows in the main table. 

 You can also include additional columns when you build an index if you know the combinations
you want in advance.

> On Jun 5, 2017, at 11:41 PM, cmbendre <> wrote:
> Hi,
> I have created a local index for every column in my table. Lets say my
> primary key is P_KEY and columns are COL1, COL2, etc
> When i do the query - "SELECT P_KEY FROM TABLENAME WHERE COL1='xxx'"
> It is scanning only the local index, and returning the results fast.
> But when i query - "SELECT P_KEY FROM TABLENAME WHERE COL1='xxx' AND
> COL2='yyy'",
> I expected that it would still scan two local indexes only and merge the
> results. Instead, it is scanning the full table. 
> I think there is already the JIRA for this -
> But considering that such queries are most frequent in our use case, is
> Phoenix not suitable for this ?
> Thanks,
> Chaitanya
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