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Let's start with some background on forwarding pointers:
Forwarding pointers in heaps can be a mess to get rid of. A forwarding pointer happens when you modify a row so that the row doesn't fit on the same page anymore. SQL Server moves the row to a new page and leaves a forwarding pointer where the old row used to be. This means that ...