Normalization: primary key or any key
Date: 17 Nov 2002 09:23:25 -0800
I've read several texts about normalization. Sometimes, the "primary key" term is used to establish the normal forms constraints. However, other times only "key" is used. I think the second one is the right one, as it doesn't matter if the determinant of a functional dependency is the primary key or any other possible key in the relation.
Am I right?. Please, clarify me this little question I have.
Thanks in advance
Thanks in advanceReceived on Sun Nov 17 2002 - 18:23:25 CET