At 20:50 +0100 11/26/03, getting_out wrote:
>Good evening people.
>I'm trying to create a simple table via MySQl Navigator.
>The table il structured in this way
>dt_amt Date Not Null Primary Key
>oper INT Not Null Primary Key
>amount Decimal(3,3) Null ---
>but when I choose "fire" it shows me a "multiple primary key defined"
>message and doesn't make me create the table.
>Isn't MySql able to handle multiple primary key or it's a navigator bug?
You cannot define multiple primary keys using PRIMARY KEY. The name of
a PRIMARY KEY is PRIMARY, and you'd end up with two indexes having the
To work around this, use a UNIQUE index instead for one of them.
>In the same day I can receive data from different operators.
>Thanks in advance D.
Paul DuBois, Senior Technical Writer
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