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|From:||Paul DuBois||Date:||January 8 2003 10:38pm|
|Subject:||Re: Row value uniqueness?|
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At 10:27 -0800 1/8/03, Steven Nakhla wrote: >Aside from designating a row as a primary key, is >their any SQL syntax to force that entries within a >row are unique (such as a string value)? Thanks! > >Steve Nakhla Well, other than using a PRIMARY KEY, you can use a UNIQUE index, but aside from a couple of small things, they're pretty much the same thing. You can use them on string columns, if that's what you're wondering.
|• Re: Row value uniqueness?||Steven Nakhla||8 Jan|
|• Re: Row value uniqueness?||Paul DuBois||8 Jan|
|• Re: Row value uniqueness?||Zak Greant||8 Jan|