Re: A philosophical newbie issue: catch redundant errors via relationships or programmically?

From: Bob Badour <>
Date: Mon, 31 Dec 2007 10:15:29 -0400
Message-ID: <4778f988$0$19890$>

JOG wrote:

> On Dec 31, 3:50 am, Bob Badour <> wrote:

>>JOG wrote:
>>>On Dec 31, 12:51 am, Bob Badour <> wrote:
>>>>raylopez99 wrote:
>>>>>On Dec 30, 2:19 pm, mAsterdam <> wrote:
>>>>>>raylopez99 wrote:
>>>>>>>OK wise guy <g>, I kindly beseech thee to give me a simple schema that
>>>>>>>will do the following: "to declare a uniqueness constraint as a
>>>>>>>foreign key reference" that allows me to do the following:
>>>>>>Where did you get the quoted part? It is unclear.
>>>>>I think that was Bob's quote, but even he didn't recognize it, so I
>>>>When Bob pointed out you seemed to be trying to use a foreign key
>>>>reference for a uniqueness constraint, Bob's point was uniqueness
>>>>constraints are not foreign key references. You need to use a uniqueness
>>>>constraint instead.
>>>Jim thinks that referring to oneself in third person is the first sign
>>>of madness. Or is it hairy palms? I can never remember....
>>Madness? I have been mad since 1976. I'm as mad as hell and I am not
>>going to take this anymore!
> Dare I ask what happened in 1976? I'm pretty sure XML didn't appear
> until the 90's ;)

Network happened in 1976. And the US bicentennial. Multiplication Rock was going strong. And Stretch Armstrong was all the rage.

>>(Sadly, some people never run out of bullshit.)
Received on Mon Dec 31 2007 - 15:15:29 CET

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