I have a limited exposure to DB and have only used DB as an application programmer. I want to know about
Non clustered indexes.
I googled and what I found was :
A clustered index is a special type of index that reorders the way
records in the table are physically
stored. Therefore table can have only
one clustered index. The leaf nodes
of a clustered index contain the data
pages. A nonclustered index is a
special type of index in which the
logical order of the index does not
match the physical stored order of
the rows on disk. The leaf node of a
nonclustered index does not consist of
the data pages. Instead, the leaf
nodes contain index rows.
What I found in SO was What are the differences between a clustered and a non-clustered index?.
Can someone explain this in plain English?