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Database schema partitioned tables

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Created by Marjune Obana, last modified by MindTouch on Jun 23, 2016

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A newly installed NPM v11.5 displays a number of database schema partitioned tables. These are tables that have been divided into numerous segmented units. This is how NPM 11.5 is designed to provide better performance. 

 

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NPM version 11.5 to latest

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The tables are permanent, and a split these historical or statistical tables which should provide better performance can cause inaccurate data. For more information, see topic on Partitioned Tables on the Microsoft website. 

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