Truncate Table

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  • Thanks for a nice clear question

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  • Good one Vinay!

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  • Good one 🙂

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  • good question... Looked something different

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  • Whoops, guessed the wrong one. Nice question, learned something.

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  • I'm happy to admit I didn't know that one - it does make sense logically but I had to check.

  • Nice straightforward question.

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  • Good straightforward question.

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  • Awesome, actually really nice one.

    (I had developed imaginary theory on this long back- what if the table is self joined with the key and would truncate work? - and I answered myself "probably yes - as it is a same table" - but never tried it practically, this was really good to see my imagination in the reality)

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  • AAhhhh!!!!!! This one hurts.. I didn't trust my instincts and on top was lazy to check...

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  • Interesting, good question.

  • Great question. Took a guess on this one and got it right. Definitely learned something today. Thanks!



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  • Koen Verbeeck (3/28/2013)


    Whoops, guessed the wrong one. Nice question, learned something.

    +1 didn't realize this either... probably because in general the tables I want to truncate have additional foreign keys that depend on them 🙂

    Still... good to know.



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