> If i migrate the database from Text file using pgadmin tools,the
> and data record will be created automatically and no primary key
> so now i need to assign the key but unfortunely i can't change the
> property. i.e. I can't assign "two-column primary key."
You'll need to use the command line for this. Open an ad-hoc query
window from PGAdminII (the wierd-looking monster). Run the following
ALTER TABLE table_name ADD CONSTRAINT table_name_PK
PRIMARY KEY (column_1, column_2);
... where you replace table_name, column_1 and column_2 with the
appropriate objects from your database.
BTW, the above command will fail if it turns out that the combination
of column_1 and column_2 is not unique, or if either column has NULLs.
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