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Message Posted: Wed, 28 Oct 2015 @ 19:20:40 GMT
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I understand that a SET table has an overhead of checking for duplicate rows while data is being inserted into the table. However, if the table has a UPI/USI defined on it, I think only the UPI/USI columns are checked for duplicates and duplicate row checks are ignored.
Is my above understanding correct?
Also, can anyone please explain if a SET table with a UPI/USI is functionally any different from a MULTISET table with a UPI/USI? In my opinion both cases should be functionally similar since only UPI/USI checks will be performed and not duplicate row checks. In other words both should display the same functionalities.
Please share your thoughts.
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