On Mon, May 9, 2011 at 2:12 PM, Grzegorz Szpetkowski
> "NOTE 30 — If MATCH FULL or MATCH PARTIAL is specified for a
> referential constraint and if the referencing table has only one
> column specified in <referential constraint definition> for that
> referential constraint, or if the referencing table has more than one
> specified column for that <referential constraint definition>, but
> none of those columns is nullable, then the effect is the same as if
> <match type> were specified."
> I found that in SQL:2003 draft, so in above case MATCH FULL is
> syntactically ok, but rather confusing and effectively do nothing
> (maybe just impression purpose).
I guess we could remove it, but I don't think it's really doing any harm.
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