Unique Rule Db2 Sysibm.sysindexes

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  Posted by Guest - Unique Rule Db2 Sysibm.sysindexes :
In db2 there is a column called unique rule that identifies whether an index in unique or not in sysibm.sysindexes.  Can someone tell me what values mean unique?

Guest Says:
Whether the index is unique:

D No - The D means duplicates are allowed
C Yes - unique
U Yes - unique
P Yes - unique, primary key
N Yes - unique
R Yes - unique
G Yes - unique

Guest Says:
The bottom line is, all of uniquerule means unique except for 1.

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