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Is it a problem if some tables have more indicies than columns?

Melissa Kivisto (2871121) | asked Oct 29 '15, 12:36 p.m.
I've noticed that some tables have more indices than columns. 
Is this a problem?

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Melissa Kivisto (2871121) | answered Oct 29 '15, 12:36 p.m.
It is likely expected and not a problem, but can be examined by your DBA.
There are several tables where it is expected, for example:
REQUEST_BASELINE has 3 columns and 3 indicies, one index per column and one on both columns for uniqueness.

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