You can not. You can have a composite clustered index across multiple
columns but be careful in this use as it can create weird page split
problems and also bloat your non-clustered indexes as the NCI's use the
clustered index key as the row locator. Just curious, why are you wanting to
use multiple clustered indexes?
Ray Higdon MCSE, MCDBA, CCNA
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