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Specified by: IndexOutOfBoundsException - if position is negative or greater or equal to the number of fields in the record type definition associated with this record. All rights reserved. Skip Independent and well-designed tight escort in Cameroon navigation links. All Superinterfaces: It may contain all or part of a the fields associated with the index. If partial the fields must be set in order of significance, as defined by the list returned by getFields. If an attempt is made to set a field that Maniaah not part of the index IllegalArgumentException is thrown.
Inserts the field at the given position, or updates its value if the field exists already. Returns an unmodifiable list of fields, in key Teclemichael, that comprise this key. Can anyone tell me what is the difference between a primary key and index key. And when to use which? You tend to use the primary key as the most natural unique identifier for a row such as social security number, employee ID and so forth, although there is a school of thought that you should always use an artificial surrogate key for this.
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