Ask yourself, "Would it be wrong if my field contained a value different from the calculation? If the difference would be meaningful, you do need the field.
So, how do you get the calculated field if you do not store it in a table? Any form or report based on this query treats the calculated field like any other, so you can easily sum the results. Well, almost foolproof: It is possible to have your calculated fields misinterpreted.
I want to update and commit every time for so many records ( say 10,000 records). Fortunately, you are probably using partitioning so you can do this easily in parallel -- bit by bit.
However, tables with deleted data can still be queried using vectorization.
The following example demonstrates the correct usage of this statement: Use the MERGE statement to efficiently perform record-level INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE operations within Hive tables.
Never store a value that is dependent on other fields: it's a basic rule of normalization.
Break the rule, and you have to worry about how to maintain the calculation correctly in every possible circumstance.
To disable all these Access prompt pop-ups, it's a simple configuration change in Access options and majority of these pop-up dialogue boxes should be gone forever.