Nick Duckstein


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Enforcing Referential integrity in Microsoft SQL Server 2000

Referential Ingegrity is a critical part of any well designed RDBMS application, not just a part of Oracle, DB2, or some other platform. SQL Server has tools to make it easy, but a developer has to take the time to ensure that it is setup correctly, and ignorance is no excuse. New author Nick Duckstein brings us a look at basic RI and how you can set this up in your database.

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2005-01-17

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