Each row in the SYSINDEXES view describes one index in the database. As an alternative to this view, you could also use the SYSIDX and SYSIDXCOL system views.
The tables and columns that make up this view are provided in the SQL statement below. To learn more about a particular table or column, use the links provided beneath the view definition.
ALTER VIEW "SYS"."SYSINDEXES"( icreator, iname,fname,creator,tname,indextype, colnames,interval,level_num) as select up.user_name,idx.index_name, file.file_name,up.user_name, tab.table_name, if idx."unique" = 'N' then 'Non-unique' else if idx."unique" = 'U' then 'UNIQUE constraint' else 'Unique' endif endif, (select list(string(c.column_name, if ixc."order" = 'A' then ' ASC' else ' DESC' endif) order by ixc.table_id asc,ixc.index_id asc,ixc.sequence asc) from SYS.ISYSIDXCOL as ixc join SYS.ISYSTABCOL as c on( c.table_id = ixc.table_id and c.column_id = ixc.column_id) where ixc.index_id = idx.index_id and ixc.table_id = idx.table_id), 0,0 from SYS.SYSTABLE as tab key join SYS.SYSFILE as file key join SYS.SYSINDEX as idx join SYS.SYSUSERPERM as up on up.user_id = idx.creator