In the case of a conditional index, specifies the condition that must be met for an entry to be included in the index.
Specifies a list of properties whose values are to be stored within this index.
True if this index is deprecated.
Specifies a description of the index.
An extent index is used to keep track of which object instances belong to a subclass. When using bitmap indices, then an extent index is automatically maintained and there is no need to define one.
Specifies that the property or properties defined for this index will be used to form the Object Identity value for this object. This value is used to uniquely locate persistent object instances.
If true, then do not display this item in automatic documentation.
The name of the index.
Specifies that this index should be reported, via SQL, as being the Primary Key for this class.
Specifies a list of properties used to build this index. May also include a collation specification for each property.
Defines an alternate name for this index when referred to via SQL.
Specifies the type of the index. Type 'key' is deprecated.
Specifies the FunctionalIndex class used to provide the implementation of the functional index interface.
Specifies whether this is a unique index. The property or properties indexed by a unique index are constrained to have unique values. This means that no two instances can have the same collated value within the extent among the set of all objects of the class that defines the index.
Pointer to the containing parent object
Checks to see if the object identified by the OID oid exists in the extent.
%BooleanTRUE if it exists, FALSE if it does not.
Obtain an exclusive or shared lock on the object identified by id. The type of lock obtained is determined by shared. This method is normally generated by the storage class for persistent classes using
Release an exclusive or shared lock on the object identified by id. The type of lock released is determined by shared. If this method is not overridden then the default implementation returns an error. This method is normally generated by the storage class for persistent classes using