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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Referential_integrity

Referential integrity is a property of data stating references within it are valid. In the context of ... Logical implication between inclusion dependencies can be axiomatized by inference rules :193 and can be decided by a PSPACE algorithm.

docs.oracle.com/cd/B28359_01/server.111/b28318/data_int.htm

Referential integrity rules: 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  ...

docs.oracle.com/cd/B19306_01/server.102/b14220/data_int.htm

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  ...

www.thoughtco.com/referential-integrity-definition-1019181

Mar 3, 2017 ... Referential integrity is a database concept that maintains a consistent relationship ... Referential integrity enforces the following three rules:.

people.cs.pitt.edu/~chang/156/12integrity.html

Integrity rules are needed to inform the DBMS about certain constraints in the real world. Specific integrity ... We can draw a "referential diagram" SP ---S#---> S

www.sqa.org.uk/e-learning/SoftDevRDS03CD/page_10.htm

Referential integrity is best illustrated by an example. ... In order to preserve the integrity of the data in the database there are a set of rules that need to be ...

www.dbta.com/Columns/Database-Elaborations/Referential-Integrity-Rules-Must-Stand-Alone-73568.aspx

Feb 2, 2011 ... Referential integrity helps manage data by enforcing validation between related entities. This enforcement follows logical semantics behind the ...

www.webopedia.com/TERM/R/referential_integrity.html

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 ...

www.itprotoday.com/database-development/maintaining-referential-integrity

Jul 31, 1999 ... SQL Server uses constraints, triggers, rules, and defaults to enforce referential integrity. In this article, I discuss the two main mechanisms that ...