Jonathan M. Gardner wrote:

You can view my summary at

Comments and suggestions are definitely welcome.

Fantastic, I was planning on a bit of materialized view investigations myself
when time permits, I'm pleased to see you've started the ball rolling.

I was thinking about your problem with mutable functions used in a materialized view.

How about eliminating the mutable functions as much as possible from the underlying
view definition, and create another view on top of the materialized view that has the mutable bits!
Giving you the best of both worlds.

I haven't tried this or thought it through very much - too busy - but I'd thought I'd throw
it in for a bit o' head scratching, and chin stroking :)

Mark Gibson <gibsonm |AT| cromwell |DOT| co |DOT| uk>
Web Developer & Database Admin
Cromwell Tools Ltd.
Leicester, England.

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