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Message Posted: Thu, 24 May 2001 @ 15:29:28 GMT


     
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Subj:   Re: MACRO
 
From:   Frank Martinez

A delete all is usually a very quick function (just tell the amps to forget all them rows, kind of thing, doesn't use the transient journal). However, a delete all AS part of a transaction (either between a BT/ET or as part of a macro), except as the last command in a transaction, will put all those rows in the transient journal in case it needs to rollback. Of course, this is with a permanent table. I don't know what it does with the new temporary tables.

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Frank C. Martinez IV



     
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