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From:Tim Lucia Date:March 27 2007 11:49am
Subject:RE: Why doesn't the InnoDB count() match table status?
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Maciej Dobrzanski [mailto:reg.mysql@stripped]
> Sent: Tuesday, March 27, 2007 6:46 AM
> To: mysql@stripped
> Subject: Re: Why doesn't the InnoDB count() match table status?
> 
> MyISAM and InnoDB (and there are plenty more). RDBMS is not an Office
> spreadsheet, you cannot simply change software as from OpenOffice Calc to
> MS
> Excel and expect everything will work the same. The migration can be done

You can and ought to be able to expect it.  After all, SQL is a standard.
It's a crying shame that so many 'feature' creep in for seemingly the sole
purpose of hooking you on that vendor's platform.

Of course you'd be naïve to believe it, but nothing is wrong with the
expectation.

IMO, of course

Tim

> 
> Maciek


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    • RE: Why doesn't the InnoDB count() match table status?Daevid Vincent27 Mar
      • Re: Why doesn't the InnoDB count() match table status?Dan Nelson27 Mar
        • RE: Why doesn't the InnoDB count() match table status?Daevid Vincent27 Mar
          • RE: Why doesn't the InnoDB count() match table status?Wm Mussatto27 Mar
          • Re: Why doesn't the InnoDB count() match table status?Jeremy Cole27 Mar
      • Re: Why doesn't the InnoDB count() match table status?Daniel Kasak27 Mar
        • RE: Why doesn't the InnoDB count() match table status?Daevid Vincent27 Mar
        • Re: Why doesn't the InnoDB count() match table status?Maciej Dobrzanski27 Mar
          • RE: Why doesn't the InnoDB count() match table status?Tim Lucia27 Mar
            • Re: Why doesn't the InnoDB count() match table status?Jochem van Dieten27 Mar