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GeneralRe: SQL 2008 Truncate vs Delete Pinmembermrfalk12-Feb-13 9:27 
So if we are using the Delete statement with the WHERE clause is it necessary to reindex? Is there a "standard" for when to reindex files?
 
After further research we will be using the delete clause because we want to retain a given number of days data. Within that given number of days data we will also be deleting specific rows based on a given parameter. We just want to make sure we are covering all bases.
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