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knew the answer but clicked on the wrong button Sad

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ChiragNS (10/19/2009)
knew the answer but clicked on the wrong button Sad


I didn't, although I should have.Whistling Overlooked the fact that the constraint was clustered. Good question :-P
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So it just ignores the FG2 reference? The fact that it essentially corrects the developer's mistake is great, I guess, but shouldn't the engine inform the developer that it's doing so?

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nice question, I missed the clustered part.

The engine definitely should inform someone if this doesn't work.

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Very good question. I was asked this question in an interview.

Q). What's the easiest and fastest way to move data of a table from file1 to file2?

A). Move the clustered index from file1 to file2.

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SanjayAttray (10/19/2009)
Very good question. I was asked this question in an interview.

Q). What's the easiest and fastest way to move data of a table from file1 to file2?

A). Move the clustered index from file1 to file2.

Why would that be faster than say, creating a target table on file2 and inserting all into it from the source table?

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Great question. I learned something new.:-D
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Give us more i love these kind of questions.

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Steve Jones - Editor (10/19/2009)
nice question, I missed the clustered part.

The engine definitely should inform someone if this doesn't work.
Funny thing. I missed this because I DID see the clustered part and figured that SQL would complain about it. Oh, well; learned something here for sure.
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