If the DEFAULT and TEMPORARY tablespace clauses are left out of a CREATE USER command what happens? Is this bad or good? Why?I'm pretty sure bad? Temporary would basically store data such as if someone logs in. So if someone logged in, they'd basically get logged out if there were no temporary cookies. But that's cookie-based. If we're talking about stuff like Tablespace, it'd probably not store user logs or if someone recently did some change that lasted for a certain time, it wouldn't process through. Don't delete or leave out either one. In fact, keep them all regardless if they do nothing. It's better to have lots in which 1/4 of the files do nothing than delete the wrong crap and have nothing.
If the DEFAULT and TEMPORARY tablespace clauses are left out of a CREATE USER command what happens? Is this bad or good? Why?
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