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Interesting question.
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Kapil, very good question. :-)

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Easy one to close off the week, thanks!


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Easy one to close off the week, thanks!


+1 - thanks for the question

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I first focused on the reference to a unique constraint rather than the primary key, thinking that was the issue of the question. I almost got it wrong because of that, as I had first not given enough attention to the other details of the code.

I guess that many people will get this question right for the wrong reasons. (Many people think that a foreign key should always reference the primary key).


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Hugo Kornelis (4/26/2013)
I first focused on the reference to a unique constraint rather than the primary key, thinking that was the issue of the question. I almost got it wrong because of that, as I had first not given enough attention to the other details of the code.

I guess that many people will get this question right for the wrong reasons. (Many people think that a foreign key should always reference the primary key).


Same happened with me, but suddenly i see the data type size and i got it. Actually i read this one few time ago, that's help me. :-)

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Can someone please point me towards the place where the documentation explains that a foreign key column must have the same length as the column that it references? I can't see it in the link to MSDN provided in the answer.

The Create Table documentation here: [url=http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-in/library/ms174979.aspx][/url] does say that that both columns must both be of the same data type, but it doesn't mention length.
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