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812 Jun 2009 @ 02:54 PDTDatabaseSay Yes to No Primary Index (No PI) TablesSorry for my last question, I misunderstood something.
712 Jun 2009 @ 02:47 PDTDatabaseSay Yes to No Primary Index (No PI) TablesHmm, how are partitions allowed if sorting of the rows is avoided?
612 Jun 2009 @ 01:04 PDTDatabaseSay Yes to No Primary Index (No PI) TablesThanks Steve.
510 Jun 2009 @ 06:14 PDTDatabaseSay Yes to No Primary Index (No PI) TablesSmazingo, thanks for your article. It helped me a lot to understand NoPI tables. However, I still have some questions: 1. NoPI tables are distributed randomly among all AMPs. Should I still expe...
410 Jun 2009 @ 05:19 PDTDatabaseIndexes, Too Much of a Good Thing?Sunny, I think that "Say Yes to No Primary Index (No PI) Tables" article (http://developer.teradata.com/database/articles/say-yes-to-no-primary-index-no-pi-tables) can reply your question.
310 Jun 2009 @ 03:07 PDTdbc1012's blogDo we need more subject areas?I miss TRM/CRM area.
226 May 2009 @ 12:48 PDTDatabaseIndexes, Too Much of a Good Thing?Thanks, Alison, for your answer.
120 May 2009 @ 10:14 PDTDatabaseIndexes, Too Much of a Good Thing?How is it possible that a table could be created without Primary Index (Teradata 13)? How is data distributed among the AMPs?