Referential integrity is a property of data which, when satisfied, requires every
value of one ... Logical implication between inclusion dependencies can be
axiomatized by inference rules <sup>...
Most RDBMS's have various referential integrity rules that you can apply ... to a
field in Table A. Referential integrity would prevent you from adding a record to ...
A referential integrity rule is a rule defined on a key (a column or set of columns)
in one table that guarantees that the values in that key match the values in a key
Note in the example given above that referential integrity is something that must
be enforced, and that we enforced only one rule of referential integrity (the ...
Feb 2, 2011 ... Apprentice database designers can become overly obsessive when defining
referential integrity rules. A novice designer may agree to abstract ...
SQL Server uses constraints, triggers, rules, and defaults to enforce referential
integrity. In this article, I discuss the two main mechanisms that enforce referential
Jul 15, 2005 ... Finally, the referential integrity rules could specify that whenever you modify the
value of a linked field in Table A, all records in Table B that are ...
Since as per business rules you can not have an Order without a Customer and
this business rule can be implemented using referential integrity in SQL on ...
Referential integrity, which is dependent on table relationships, helps ensure that
..... After you have enforced referential integrity, the following rules apply:.
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