Why does DO create these tables?

From my understanding, if a type is marked with these two attributes, a table is unnecessary, because all data is kept in tables of child types.

These tables have no rows, yet DO creates them for some reason.

asked Nov 23 '10 at 03:14

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As far as I remember, they're created to distinguish schema changes later. They're really unnecessary in any other case.

answered Nov 23 '10 at 03:34

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Alex Yakunin

So there's no way of preventing these tables from being created?

(Nov 23 '10 at 06:37) ara ara's gravatar image

AFAIK, no. I assume you can only remove them manually + build the domain in Skip mode.

(Nov 23 '10 at 08:01) Alex Yakunin Alex%20Yakunin's gravatar image
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