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Re: Pros and Cons of DB defined Referential Integrity Constraints



fixed

<SNIP/>
I believe [t]he constraints are in the database. If I save a library and
restore it to a new name it will have it's appropriate constraints.
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Rob,

AFAIK, the constraints are stored in the same library where the "parent" PF
resides. Checking the ADDPFCST command, under the CST parameter you can
find the following help text:

***
constraint-name: Specify the name of the constraint. The constraint name
must be unique to the library of the physical file specified on the FILE
parameter
***

Regards,

Luis Rodriguez
IBM Certified Systems Expert — eServer i5 iSeries





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