Re: partitioning

Brian,

Depending on how the status column gets updated, you could list partition on it and just enable row-migration.  That way, an UPDATE to the partition-key column would result in the row being deleted from one partition and inserted into the other.

Hope this helps...
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On 11/15/2010 7:15 AM, Zelli, Brian wrote:
Ok folks it's been awhile since I had to partition.  So the user wants the partition done once a month (for now) based on values in a column.  He wants to keep active-type records current and partition off completed or cancelled records.  So basically I would set up a script to run on the 1st that would look at the values and just partition off correct?
 

ciao,

Brian

 


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