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Creating New DBF Index

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I have problem to Create DBF index using programming code from my DBF file that already create before. Can someone help me ?
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Use a TTable and the AddIndex method of it.

eg: Table1.AddIndex('NewIndex', 'CustNo;CustName', [ixUnique, ixCaseInsensitive]);

Cheers,

Raymond.
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or do you mean to re-create an already existing index?
then you should use

DBIRegenIndexes(Table1.Handle)

rex,

Black Death.
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