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What occassion we use btree index.. in an oracle database..
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Here is an article on oracle.com describing the two kinds of indexes.

BTree (or Binary Tree) is the default and is likely used most often unless you have an index column with low cardinality of values (where Bitmap is more efficient).

http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/articles/sharma-indexes-093638.html
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Yes btree index is the default
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