How many Clustered Indexes we can create on a table? Why? Posted in SQL Interview Questions, TSQL Interview Questions by Chandrasekhar Raparthi On August 26, 2016. No comments It is always only one. Clustered indexes sort and store the values in the physical order. Any table can have only one physical order but not more. Therefore, any table can have maximum of one clustered index always. Happy Reading Share this:GooglePinterestEmailTwitterLinkedInFacebook Tags:Clustered Index,Index Related Posts How to transfer the whole data from one table to another table which does not exists in database? SELECT INTO We can do it using SELECT INTO What are the advantages of using CTEs? Advantages: Query performance will be improved by replacing sub What are the Constraints and list the available constraints in SQL Constraint: SQL Constraints are the rules created on tables Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.