Thom Pantazi

Deleting Child Data Based Upon Criteria in the Parent Table

New Author! Thom's first article discusses the difficulties you encounter when your database doesn't support cascading deletes (or you've opted not to use it) and you need to delete data in a child table based upon a value in the parent table. Not exactly your run of the mill delete query. Take a look and please rate/comment the article!

2003-06-24

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