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    Unanswered: issue with indexes when created thru IXF import

    DB2 LUW 9.5.4
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    When I created a table by importing IXF file, the resulting indexes are missing the INCLUDE clause. For example, the source index is on "col1+col2 INCLUDE col3" and the target index being created is on col1+col2+col3.
    Is there any documentation or fix for this? Thanks in advance.

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    yes, I tried the same and get also the problem
    I will check if any open pmr/apar otherwise will create a pmr
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    looking at this page
    Imported table re-creation - IBM DB2 9.7 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows
    it is indicated that info about included cols is lost
    so : works as designed....
    Best Regards, Guy Przytula
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    Thank you. This answered the issue.

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