mixed metaIndexes( string $tableName, optional bool $includePrimary=false, optional string $owner=false, )
metaIndexes() returns a list of indexes associated with a specific table. If there are no indices defined for the requested table, the method returns false.
All drivers return the same array of data. There are no database-specific entries. The array of data is as followed:
[index_name] => Array ( [unique] => 0 [columns] => Array (  => Column 1  => Column 2  => etc........ ) /* * After ADOdb Version 6.0 * the following column is also returned */ [primary] => 0 )
The casing of metaIndexes is returned in the native mode for the database, you should not assume the casing for the returned data.
If set, the index associated with the primary key is also returned
If specified, only returns indexes associated with a table owned by that name. Support for this function is limited, see the Feature Comparison Matrix.
/* * Database connection to DB2 database sample assumed */ $mi = $db->metaIndexes('ACT'); print_r($mi); /* * Returns Array ( [PK_ACT] => Array ( [unique] => 0 [columns] => Array (  => ACTNO ) ) [XACT2] => Array ( [unique] => 0 [columns] => Array (  => ACTNO  => ACTKWD ) ) ) */