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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
schema) specific.

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.


Mark Stanton
One small step for mankind...

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