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From:Johan De Meersman Date:August 28 2011 7:36am
Subject:Re: Arrays
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> From: "Halász Sándor" <hsv@stripped>
> passed in. The table-name will be *sigh* global.

No: when you use /create temporary table/, the table is local to your connection. You can
perfectly open a dozen connections and have them all create a temporary table called
intermediate_results, they'll not interfere with one another. Temporary tables also get
automatically dropped when the connection closes - although it's of course best practice
to do it yourself as soon as you don't need it any longer :-)

Also, do not confuse /create temporary table/ with /create table ... engine=memory/ -
while both are in memory, the latter creates a global table whose metadata (so not the
actual data, just the structure) even survives a reboot.

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