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Update/Delete On Table Will Not Place Table In-Memory Database (Doc ID 1947581.1)

Last updated on APRIL 01, 2020

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Whenever we want to place a table into in-memory, we have to access the table once after which will be placed into in-memory.

This document will provide information that Delete/Update statements on a table will not place the table in-memory like a select statement does.


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