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From:meridklt Date:December 26 2006 4:42pm
Subject:Re: Primary field do I need one
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meridklt wrote:
> 
> I'm working through (my first day) PHP & MySQL for Dummies and I'm stuck
> on the primary field for my database.
> I want to create a racing pigeon results database that has 6 fields only.
> The results will be imported into the database in bulk from a CSV file
> Owner - GBring - Ering - Arrivedtime - date - position
> 
> If I'm not wrong, surely whichever one of the first 3 fields I create as a
> primary field will stop me entering any races after the first one, because
> every race thereafter will always for the most part be the same owners and
> rings.
> 
> So do I have to have a primary key? 
> 

Thanks for your contributions and I will now go and see if I can get it to
work for me.

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