RE: Data load ideas

I haven't read the article (going to look for it now), but if you have
primary / unique constraints in an enable novalidate state and use
"exchange partition without validation" the exchange partition seems to
be lightning fast.=20

-----Original Message-----
Paul Baumgartel

Given some of what I've learned (from Jonathan Lewis's DBAzine article)
about the performance of "exchange partition", I'm not so eager to go
that route now.

--- Jacques Kilchoer <Jacques.Kilchoer@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> You could always write triggers to emulate the foreign keys, disable
> the
> foreign keys, do the exchange partition, re-enable the foreign keys,
> and
> drop the triggers.

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