Standard permanent tables

A STANDARD table is the same as a table in a logged database that the database server creates.

STANDARD tables do not use light appends. All operations are logged, record by record, so STANDARD tables can be recovered and rolled back. You can back up and restore STANDARD tables. Logging enables updates since the last physical backup to be applied when you perform a warm restore or point-in-time restore. Enterprise Replication is allowed on STANDARD tables.

A STANDARD table is the default type on both logging and nonlogging databases. STANDARD tables are logged if stored in a logging database but are not logged if stored in a nonlogging database.

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