This structure was used in the original implementation of sort_file (now deprecated). Unfortunately, the API for sort_stream_i has not been updated to use the alternative key descriptor structure, sort_keys_t.
Definition at line 80 of file sort_s.h.
|Describes where the key is found: in a record header or body. For file sort. More...|
Public Member Functions
|For sorting on spatial keys. |
|Is a derived key. If true, the key must be the only item in rec header, and the header will not be copied to the result record (allows the user to store derived key in the header temporarily, for sorting purposes). |
|Where the key resides: header or body. |
|Offset from beginning of header or body where the key starts. |
|Length of key. |
|Estimated record length. A hint. |