SceneGroupID column in prims table

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SceneGroupID column in prims table

paul emery
Why should i have 21,000 plus records in the mySQL prims table all identical except for the value in SceneGroupId column. Anybody know what this column is all about.
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Re: SceneGroupID column in prims table

paul emery
just saw justin's explaination that SceneGroupId is the root prim of an object. So does this mean that the 21,000 records with name of ball but with distinct uuids in the SceneGroupId column indicates that this prim is in 21,000 different multi-prim objects. That would be very weird.
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Re: SceneGroupID column in prims table

justincc
On 17/06/11 00:47, paul emery wrote:
> just saw justin's explaination that SceneGroupId is the root prim of an
> object. So does this mean that the 21,000 records with name of ball but with
> distinct uuids in the SceneGroupId column indicates that this prim is in
> 21,000 different multi-prim objects. That would be very weird.

No, it should mean that you have 21,000 balls.

If they all have exactly the same position then they're probably the result of some bug.

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