Updating bulk data

One scenario that comes to my mind is that the table originally was very fragmented.

To test it you might have done something (created a copy of the table?

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If you want specific results and to optimize, I'd recommend you modify the queries to select the specific columns you want. As for the space between your text in your job description resulting in a faster retrieval time, this is more of a guess but could it be due to the indexing nature specified by you or your DBMS when you set up the table?

The extremely long continuous string might take longer to read or determine where to proceed to retrieve your data.

So i created a powershell script to do so and voila! Each web part page is associated with a "SPWeb Part Manager" class.

This class in particular contains references to all the web parts on the page.

You will use the WHERE clause of the UPDATE statement to restrict the update to a single row. The basic syntax is: INSERT, table name, column list, VALUES, and then a list of the values to be inserted.

The two hyphens in front of a line indicate that the line is a comment and the text will be ignored by the compiler.

That or the DBMS has caching mechanisms in place that may have made the second search considerably quicker after the first execution (See here) Hope this helps. That's what I get for writing it on a phone, It would have only been a small optimization as it would have been one less column but you still scanned all the rows.

I'll do a bit more research and get back to you, it's an interesting question.

Web part properties define the structure as well as functionality of a web part.

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