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What are mutating tables ?

What are mutating tables and how they are different from normal tables ? Thank you in advance.

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asked Jan 28 '10 at 10:48 AM in Default

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When a table is in state of transition it is said to be mutating.

eg : If a row has been deleted then the table is said to be mutating and no operations can be done on the table except select.

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answered Feb 02 '10 at 11:49 AM

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