On Wed, 2012-02-29 at 15:12 +0000, Mark Stanton wrote:
Yes - It's one at a time.
Hmm, a shame but plausible.
And HSQL seems to require index names to be unique at the database level
not the table level, is that right?
Isn't that a little... Non-standard?
Not really...Also, normally one would allow the tool to generate unique
index names - for example creating a FK relation will automatically
create required indexes, adding a PK to a table also.
And sorry if this is off track - but I just want to be sure that you are
referring to index names and not column names used for FK relationships.
Column names, even used in a FK are table specific not database (or
So I can have
Table1 (t1PK, data1, data2)
Table2 (t2PK, data1, data2, t1PK)
Table2.t1PK will be indexed for a FK back to table1, the index created
will have unique name, but you need not create it, the create FK
statement will do so for you.
One small step for mankind...
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