Temporary Tables: Changes to Table Creation in Schemas (Pending)¶
This behavior change is in the 2023_01 bundle.
For the current status of the bundle, refer to Bundle History.
Streams: CREATE STREAM and CREATE | ALTER VIEW Propagate CHANGE_TRACKING Parameter to Underlying Objects¶
CREATE STREAM … CHANGE_TRACKING = TRUE statements attempted to enable CHANGE_TRACKING recursively on base tables, and they failed if insufficient permissions were encountered.
ALTER/CREATE VIEW … CHANGE_TRACKING = TRUE statements attempted to enable CHANGE_TRACKING recursively on base views and tables of the target view. If insufficient permissions were encountered, the statement should have failed, but didn’t.
CREATE STREAM and ALTER/CREATE VIEW now correctly propagate CHANGE_TRACKING = TRUE to the underlying database objects. Both types of statements fail if permissions are insufficient for any part of the base object tree.
With CREATE STREAM, if sufficient permissions aren’t available, base tables and views are left unchanged. With ALTER/CREATE VIEW, base objects are left unchanged, but the view itself has CHANGE_TRACKING enabled.