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If some records are deleted from table but still it is showing in front end than what will be....

lokesh pattajoshi
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If some records are deleted from table but still it is showing in front end than what will be the issue ? is it retrieving records from index?
Sunil Tiwari
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Joined: Sep 19, 2006
Posts: 49

Quick questions ?

* Did you "commit to Database" after deleting the records ?

* Are you using any type of cache that is not properly implemented (gets refreshed as table is updated)?

* If you have done with above, share us more on problem details.


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