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From:Martijn Tonies Date:May 26 2005 7:45am
Subject:Re: InnoDB to MyISAM
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> > Nevertheless, foreign key constraints belong in the database, not in
> > your application... If you have foreign keys (your wording), you need
> > foreign key constraints. Period. Plain and simple. No discussion :-)
>
> Foreign keys are foreign keys. Constraints are constraints. Foreign key
> constraints are... well, you do the math.
>
> So, in your opinion, MySql was never really a relational database until
> whatever version enforcing refential constraints was released?

I told you I wouldn't get into that.

With regards,

Martijn Tonies
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