On 23-Jun-01 12:10:20, you wrote:
>What about if you had 3 or 4 columns that would always be unique, is there
>an advantage to naming them as primary keys? does this slow inserts because
>it has to check if theres a duplicate entry?
What really slows down is updating the index with the new entry value.
Anyway, some times it may pay to slow down inserts and updates for very
large tables. You have to check if the indexes/primary keys that you are
adding are used as the first condition of the WHERE clause.
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