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Even if the
TRUNCATE statement mainly modifies data, it is generally considered to be a DDL statement. It is popular in many databases when you want to bypass constraints for table truncation. Databases may behave differently, when a truncated table is referenced by other tables. For instance, they may fail if records from a truncated table are referenced, even with
ON DELETE CASCADE clauses in place. Please, consider your database manual to learn more about its
TRUNCATE syntax is trivial:
TRUNCATE is not supported by Ingres and SQLite. jOOQ will execute a
DELETE FROM AUTHOR statement instead.