Explain all possible options that are specified Database Management Systems 10CS54 VTU notes 8 Marks JunJuly 2013 Jun July2014

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Explain all possible options that are specified Database Management Systems - 10CS54 VTU notes 8 Marks (Jun/July 2013, Jun / July2014)

when referential integrity constraint is violated using suitable example for all options? 


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An addition to the original standard allows specification of primary and candidate keys and foreign keys as part of the create table command:
 • primary key clause includes a list of attributes forming the primary key. 
• unique key clause includes a list of attributes forming a candidate key. 
• foreign key clause includes a list of attributes forming the foreign key, and the name of the relation referenced by the foreign key. 
• When a referential integrity constraint is violated, the normal procedure is to reject the action. But a foreign key clause in SQL-92 can specify steps to be taken to change the tuples in the referenced relation to restore the constraint. 
Example. create table account foreign key (bname) references branch on delete cascade VTUlive.com 33 on insert cascade, 


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An addition to the original standard allows specification of primary and candidate keys and foreign keys as part of the create table command:
 • primary key clause includes a list of attributes forming the primary key. 
• unique key clause includes a list of attributes forming a candidate key. 
• foreign key clause includes a list of attributes forming the foreign key, and the name of the relation referenced by the foreign key. 
• When a referential integrity constraint is violated, the normal procedure is to reject the action. But a foreign key clause in SQL-92 can specify steps to be taken to change the tuples in the referenced relation to restore the constraint. 
Example. create table account foreign key (bname) references branch on delete cascade VTUlive.com 33 on insert cascade, 
If a delete of a tuple in branch results in the preceding referential integrity constraints being violated, the delete is not rejected, but the delete ``cascade'' to the account relation, deleting the tuple that refers to the branch that was deleted. Update will be cascaded to the new value of the branch! • SQL-92 also allows the foreign key clause to specify actions other than cascade, such as setting the refencing field to null, or to a default value, if the constraint is violated. • If there is a chain of foreign key dependencies across multiple relations, a deletion or update at one end of the chain can propagate across the entire chain.If a cascading update or delete causes a constraint violation that cannot be handled by a further cascading operation, the system aborts the transaction and all the changes caused by the transaction and its cascading actions are undone. Given and complexity and arbitrary nature of the way constraints in SQL behave with null values, it is the best to ensure that all columns of unique and foreign key specifications are declared to be non null. 

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An addition to the original standard allows specification of primary and candidate keys and foreign keys as part of the create table command:
 • primary key clause includes a list of attributes forming the primary key. 
• unique key clause includes a list of attributes forming a candidate key. 
• foreign key clause includes a list of attributes forming the foreign key, and the name of the relation referenced by the foreign key. 
• When a referential integrity constraint is violated, the normal procedure is to reject the action. But a foreign key clause in SQL-92 can specify steps to be taken to change the tuples in the referenced relation to restore the constraint. 
Example. create table account foreign key (bname) references branch on delete cascade VTUlive.com 33 on insert cascade, 
If a delete of a tuple in branch results in the preceding referential integrity constraints being violated, the delete is not rejected, but the delete ``cascade'' to the account relation, deleting the tuple that refers to the branch that was deleted. Update will be cascaded to the new value of the branch! • SQL-92 also allows the foreign key clause to specify actions other than cascade, such as setting the refencing field to null, or to a default value, if the constraint is violated. • If there is a chain of foreign key dependencies across multiple relations, a deletion or update at one end of the chain can propagate across the entire chain.If a cascading update or delete causes a constraint violation that cannot be handled by a further cascading operation, the system aborts the transaction and all the changes caused by the transaction and its cascading actions are undone. Given and complexity and arbitrary nature of the way constraints in SQL behave with null values, it is the best to ensure that all columns of unique and foreign key specifications are declared to be non null. 

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An addition to the original standard allows specification of primary and candidate keys and foreign keys as part of the create table command:
 • primary key clause includes a list of attributes forming the primary key. 
• unique key clause includes a list of attributes forming a candidate key. 
• foreign key clause includes a list of attributes forming the foreign key, and the name of the relation referenced by the foreign key. 
• When a referential integrity constraint is violated, the normal procedure is to reject the action. But a foreign key clause in SQL-92 can specify steps to be taken to change the tuples in the referenced relation to restore the constraint. 
Example. create table account foreign key (bname) references branch on delete cascade VTUlive.com 33 on insert cascade, 
If a delete of a tuple in branch results in the preceding referential integrity constraints being violated, the delete is not rejected, but the delete ``cascade'' to the account relation, deleting the tuple that refers to the branch that was deleted. Update will be cascaded to the new value of the branch! • SQL-92 also allows the foreign key clause to specify actions other than cascade, such as setting the refencing field to null, or to a default value, if the constraint is violated. • If there is a chain of foreign key dependencies across multiple relations, a deletion or update at one end of the chain can propagate across the entire chain.If a cascading update or delete causes a constraint violation that cannot be handled by a further cascading operation, the system aborts the transaction and all the changes caused by the transaction and its cascading actions are undone. Given and complexity and arbitrary nature of the way constraints in SQL behave with null values, it is the best to ensure that all columns of unique and foreign key specifications are declared to be non null. 

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An addition to the original standard allows specification of primary and candidate keys and foreign keys as part of the create table command:
 • primary key clause includes a list of attributes forming the primary key. 
• unique key clause includes a list of attributes forming a candidate key. 
• foreign key clause includes a list of attributes forming the foreign key, and the name of the relation referenced by the foreign key. 
• When a referential integrity constraint is violated, the normal procedure is to reject the action. But a foreign key clause in SQL-92 can specify steps to be taken to change the tuples in the referenced relation to restore the constraint. 
Example. create table account foreign key (bname) references branch on delete cascade VTUlive.com 33 on insert cascade, 
If a delete of a tuple in branch results in the preceding referential integrity constraints being violated, the delete is not rejected, but the delete ``cascade'' to the account relation, deleting the tuple that refers to the branch that was deleted. Update will be cascaded to the new value of the branch! • SQL-92 also allows the foreign key clause to specify actions other than cascade, such as setting the refencing field to null, or to a default value, if the constraint is violated. • If there is a chain of foreign key dependencies across multiple relations, a deletion or update at one end of the chain can propagate across the entire chain.If a cascading update or delete causes a constraint violation that cannot be handled by a further cascading operation, the system aborts the transaction and all the changes caused by the transaction and its cascading actions are undone. Given and complexity and arbitrary nature of the way constraints in SQL behave with null values, it is the best to ensure that all columns of unique and foreign key specifications are declared to be non null. 

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