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Old 5th October 2005, 13:43
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Originally Posted by barkilic
It's Level 2 as far as I remember. Is there a place in Baan to verify it?

And do you know what the hash field Baan creates during table creation is for? When I try to enter a record manually in SQL Ser. Ent.Man., it says hash field cannot be left blank, but it also doesn't allow editing
IF you have hash columns then you are level 1. So this will not work.

In Level 1 Baan creates a hash field and then indexes that field, it was
a performance related fix back before technology caught up with data volume.

You'd need to convert your data to level 2.

Dave
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