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Use the @Index annotation in code or the <index> element in orm.xml to define an index when generating DDL. The index can be defined on a Entity class or on an attribute.
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@Index Annotationa and <index> XML

Use the @Index annotation in code or the <index> element in orm.xml to define an index when generating DDL. The index can be defined on a Entity class or on an attribute.

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