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Kornfeld Eliyahu Peter wrote:
with the same parameters


One possibility of course is that you are not in fact using the same parameters.

You didn't mention but presumably in both test cases you are using exactly same database instance (not a copy) and that you have verified that you are using the same instance.
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QuestionTrigger value > ? write in different table Pin
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