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Id: 72370
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Subject: Support for TRUNCATE TABLE
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TRUNCATE TABLE is currently not supported, but should be easy to implement. It is a SQL:2008 standard command now. At the very least, the TRUNCATE sub could just reword it into "DELETE FROM X;" and let delete handle it. Though, if there's a more effective method of dropping everything, that should be called instead. Actually, there's a "truncate" method set to be defined within the DBD::XXX:Table module (according to SQL::Eval), so the TRUNCATE sub should just call "$table->truncate($data);", if it is available.
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Please read the "Bugs and Limitations" section of the documentation carefully. The DBD::File::Table::truncate method has nothing to do with a TRUNCATE TABLE. Please use "DELETE * FROM TABLE" - it fullfil your requirements or provide a full patch with tests.


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