(It seems that my message did not pass to the gmane newserver, that is
why I resend this message)
I am using Kubuntu 10.04 and installed the latest LO 4.0 (the problem
occurs also in 3.6, and in OO 3.3).
I set up the intrinsic (hsql) data base. I created two tables using the
templates: one is Task (from business) the other Accounts (from
personal). All the field values are the default ones. I use an existing
field as a primary key (autovalue on), namely TaskId (numeric) and
AccountId (numeric). I insert some data and save them.
I then set up a relation between the two tables, where I relate the
fields corresponding to the primary keys. (TaskId-->AccountId) I save
the relation and reopen it.
Now I want to edit the relation and I am offered the possibility to add
more fields. So I select the notes file in either table but I receive
the following error.
Primary or unique constraint required on main table.
"Accounts" in statement [ALTER TABLE "Tasks"
ADD FOREIGN KEY ("TaskId","Notes") REFERENCE "Accounts"("AccountI","Notes")]
I am puzzled, in the intrinsic database only relations between primary
keys are possible?? Is this a property of the intrinsic database, or is it a
bug? I am thinking of submitting a bug report.
Any help would be appreciated
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