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  1. #1
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    Question Unanswered: reference integrity

    is it right that mysql doesnt support any reference integrity ?

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    Re: reference integrity

    Originally posted by cpochmann
    is it right that mysql doesnt support any reference integrity ?
    It depend on type of database.
    I think only InnoDB supports reference integrity...

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    RTFM

    Matt.

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    Originally posted by Mincer
    RTFM

    Matt.
    sorry, but what do you mean with RTFM ???

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    Hi mate,

    RTFM is an internet acronym that stands for Read The F****** Manual.

    (It's not really meant in an offensive manner though, just as 'did you check the manual??', hence the winking smilies).

    In my post above, the text is a link to a page in the MySQL manual that details the usage of foreign keys in MySQL. Here's the link again:

    http://www.mysql.com/doc/en/InnoDB_f...nstraints.html

    Hope this helps.

    Regards,

    Matt.

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