Secondary indexes (2i) overview

Secondary indexes (2i) allow you create one or multiple secondary indexes on the same database table, with each 2i based on any column. Exception: there is no need to define an 2i based on a single-column partition key.


What is 2i?

Use secondary indexing (2i) to create multiple secondary indexes on the same table.

Create a 2i

Create a secondary index (2i).

Check 2i existence

Check if a 2i exists.

Query 2i

Understand the columns on which you can define SAI indexes and run queries.

Drop 2i

Drop a 2i

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