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From:Ed Carp Date:March 12 1999 12:12am
Subject:Re: sort of defragmentation?
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>Great, that simplifies things!  I had a lot of trouble with Unify5, where
>UPDATEs or DELETEs would fail, because of the dependencies.

Ohmygod ... uh ... there's a *reason* they failed, you know that, right?  If
you turn off (or don't have) database integrity checks, you have to be very
careful writing your queries, otherwise you wind up with screwed-up data.

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