On Sun, 29 Apr 2007, Alexander Staubo wrote:
> We could be talking about different things, though. What Joe Celko is
> probably talking about is referential integrity as defined in a schema
> using foreign keys, as opposed to, say, triggers. Eg.,
I think you are correct. So much of his references are to MS SQL Server
that his use of DRI is probably in that context.
> PostgreSQL supports the ANSI SQL syntax for declaring foreign keys.
Yup. Used 'em for years.
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