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Proxy table is good for big table or not

3 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2004-03-22 12:57:36.0Z
sen Posted on 2004-03-13 10:22:38.0Z
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My sysbase central crash when I tried to create proxy table
and I can not make new connection to server(which contain
the table I want to set it as proxy table), I need to
restart the server to make new connection,
the table that I want to became proxy table is has 2,5
million row. How does this proxy table really works? from
what I experience bigger table need more time to create at
first time. Is there any detail documantation to show how
does proxy table work?
Is there some area that I need to caution to make sure the
table won't corrupt?

TIA
Sen


Robert Waywell Posted on 2004-03-15 13:59:36.0Z
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What version and build number?


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<Sen> wrote in message news:4052e0ee.7457.846930886@sybase.com...
> My sysbase central crash when I tried to create proxy table
> and I can not make new connection to server(which contain
> the table I want to set it as proxy table), I need to
> restart the server to make new connection,
> the table that I want to became proxy table is has 2,5
> million row. How does this proxy table really works? from
> what I experience bigger table need more time to create at
> first time. Is there any detail documantation to show how
> does proxy table work?
> Is there some area that I need to caution to make sure the
> table won't corrupt?
>
> TIA
> Sen


sen Posted on 2004-03-22 12:57:36.0Z
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Thanks, I somehow manage it too...Thanks