If my table will always have a unique primary or secondary index, does it still
Make sense to use create set table statement to create tables. I come from Oracle and SQL
Server background where there is nothing like set or multiset, everything implicitly is multiset.
I am assuming if one uses create set table; Teradata is doing additional work of checking that row is
Appreciate your insight.
If you have unique index defined on a table, then duplicate row check will be performed at index level, and multiset and set table will not make any difference.