Koen Verbeeck (7/16/2015)
Hmmm, people have actually selected "drop the database". :w00t:
Sure, but as of now only 4%. Given that QoTD answers usually run with more that 5% picking the looniest option, it's not at all surprising that 4% of people have selected it - and not terribly surpirising that it's only 4%, as several of those who otherwise would have picked the loony option will have realised that this is so new that they have to look it up and so will not have picked the loony option. 😀 (or do I mean :crazy: ?).
Anyway, for me it was a good question because although I'd heard of this feature I knew nothing about it, and now I've read it up.
edit: I don't mean I read up dropping it; I read up all I could find in the MSDN library on Temporal Tables (and absolutely nothing in MSDN Social - I filtered for library only when searching, having too often wasted time reading irrelevant theorising by people who hadn't a clue). And I'm annoyed that Bing thinks that "temporary" is what I want when I say "temporal" - I really must try to work out how to persuade my browser to make the MSDN search function use DuckDuckGo instead of Bing (or at least look to see if there's the remotest chance of it being possible).