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What? A high speed table is not a "thing" in itself. A high speed table is a normal LANSA file definition that has its "high speed" flag set to YES. • A LANSA file definition flagged as high speed table is actually implemented as a normal database file.

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What? A high speed table is not a "thing" in itself. A high speed table is a normal LANSA file definition that has its "high speed" flag set to YES. • A LANSA file definition flagged as high speed table is actually implemented as a normal database file.

Post  maran on Sun Oct 14, 2012 11:27 pm

Functions that only read the file actually access the "mirror" data in the user index. Such a method of access has some strong advantages:
• It is very fast.
• There is no open or close overhead.
• There is very little of the normal space (PAG) overhead associated with having a normal database file open
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