This is a stupid garden variety bug and I'm not sure why I didn't catch
it previously. The patch included is against fairly current sources, but
it may apply cleanly against 7.0.2 as well.
On Fri, 6 Oct 2000, Vilson farias wrote:
> I found a irregular behavior with constraints.
> I can only set a referencial integrity between these tables when there are
> no data, even if there are no change to referential integrity violation.
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