Sql server updating large databases
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In the previous article, we explained what clustered and nonclustered indexes were, and showed how to create them.
In this article, we will explain what poor indexing is and give general recommendations for table indexing and selecting the right columns to create indexes on.
As you can see, the main difference between them is historical data tracking.
Only the change data capture feature lets you track the actual data that was changed.