Tommy.Holden@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
there's nothing wrong with constraints...BUT they should be there as a safety net...not as main validation.
That's pretty much my point. Nothing WRONG with them, but nothing says they're required either. It's a case-by-case business decision.


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