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Message Posted: Thu, 11 Jul 2002 @ 08:06:05 GMT
Keeping a separate copy of ResUsage tables also has other advantages...
-- you can add SI's as required (value ordered NUSI on THEDATE?)
-- you can make them NO FALLBACK to save disk space
-- you can reduce the size of the real ResUsage tables in DBC so making queries against these faster
-- and probably others.
(as you can probably tell !) I'm a big fan of doing this.
There's also no reason why you shouldn't take the same approach with some other DBC tables which also build up history.
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