[development] Referential integrity -- finally?

Bèr Kessels ber at webschuur.com
Sat Jan 20 09:40:04 UTC 2007


Op vrijdag 19 januari 2007 20:45, schreef Dries Buytaert:
> As of MySQL 4, you can define foreign keys, and even  
> though they don't actually work with MyISAM tables they would work  
> with InnoDB tables.  Plus, the PostgreSQL community would love us for  
> it.  

Drupal is kindof database independent. Though no-one has managed to integrate 
sqlite because of 'things' (locking) that Drupal requires. 
Would using foreign keys and dependign on them not narrow the posibilities for 
other DBAs a lot? And do we care?

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