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From:Vivek Khera Date:July 23 1999 1:50pm
Subject:Re: Referential Integrity Question
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>>>>> "s" == sinisa  <sinisa@stripped> writes:

s> Referential integrity is not implemented due to the high performance
s> penalty that would have to be payed.

I've seen this echoed on this list many times.  Exactly what
performance penalty would there be if you did *not* have any FOREIGN
KEYS on a given set of tables?  Why is there a penalty in this
situation?  I can't imagine why this would be.

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