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From:Chris Boget Date:November 6 2003 9:28pm
Subject:Re: ROWID
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> But that's not what a "ROWID" is compared to what I think the original poster
> was looking for. In Oracle for example, a ROWID is the unique address of a row
> in the database. Every row, unique key or not has a unique address. Is there
> such a thing in MySQL? ROWIDs are extremely useful for guaranteeing that you
> are manipulating the exact row that you think you are. 

In PGSQL, this is analogous to OID, yes?

Chris

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      • Re: ROWIDChris Boget6 Nov
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