The ALTER TABLE statement conflicted with the FOREIGN KEY constraint "fk_Allergy". The conflict occurred in database "MSCPROJECT", table "dbo.Severity", column 'SeverityCode'.
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How does this happen? the tblLinks doesn't even have a column called websiteID. websiteID is the primary key of the table tblwebsite. LinkID is the primary key of tblLinks. There is not LinkID column in tblwebsite.
The INSERT statement conflicted with the FOREIGN KEY constraint "FK_tblLinks_tblWebSite". The conflict occurred in database "Linkexchanger", table "dbo.tblWebSite", column 'WebSiteID'. The statement has been terminated.
So how does this happen? How do I terminate the foreign key relationship? I understand I can add this to my Insert stored procedure:
ALTER TABLE LinksDROP CONSTRAINT FK_tblLinks_tblWebSite
but that stored procedure is used for other functions in my website, and I don't know if doing that is a good idea. Is there a way to relax the constraints for the purpose of this function here? I'm taking data from a backup links table and trying to write a new row in the links table.
Does anyone know of away around this? how to pass a null value to the stored procedure without it causing this error.
I have created ASP.Net Dynamic data web site using scaffolding in Visual Studio 2010. When I click on delete in data grid for customer table I got below error message.
The DELETE statement conflicted with the REFERENCE constraint "FK_Order_Details_Products". The conflict occured in database "../NORTHWIND.MDF", table "dbo.order details", column 'ProductId'
The statement has been terminated
It is possible to alter multiple columns within a single alter table statement?
I tried & searched not getting it.
Alter table au_de alter column m_user char(9),c_user char(9)
Msg 102, Level 15, State 1, Line 1
Incorrect syntax near ','.
Alter table au_de alter column m_user char(9),alter column c_user char(9)
Msg 102, Level 15, State 1, Line 1
Incorrect syntax near ','.
I"m using table adapters here. I tried to use the following in my table adapter:
ALTER TABLE tblAdvanceLInk
DROP FOREIGN KEY FK_tblAdvanceLink_tblLink
DELETE FROM [tblAdvanceLink] WHERE WebsiteID=@WebsiteID
The DELETE statement conflicted with the REFERENCE constraint "FK_tblAdvanceLink_tblLink". The conflict occurred in database "LinkExchanger", table "dbo.tblAdvanceLink", column 'LinkID'.The statement has been terminated
I get the same problem every time. So I read you could do this in a sql query. Why doesn't this work in my tableadapter? Do I have this in the right place? Do I also put this into the other table? (tblLInk)
Isn't there a way to just relax ALL constraints so I can delete some rows? I'm deleting rows from both tables which have the corresponding websiteID
Here's a very annoying and poorly (or undocumented) issue in SQL Server 2008 Ent. Ed. post-SP1, CU8:
When creating a table with a persisted computed column as the clustered primary and partitioning key (see below), where the computation includes a call to CONVERT, watch out for the representation of this calculation on sys.computed_columns. The query
parser will modify the definition at table creation to insert a default style parameter of "(0)", if no other style is specified. If the original definition did not include any style parameter and you later attempt to programmatically
recreate the table using the stored definition contained on sys.computed_columns, the query optimizer will throw an error when you then attempt to switch partitions from the original table into the new programmatically created table, as follows:
Msg 4966, Level 16, State 1, Line 72
ALTER TABLE SWITCH statement failed. Computed column '%' defined as '%' in table %' is different from the same column in table %' defined as '%'.
This is so, eventhough the two definitions are completely functionally equivalent, considering the default value of the style parameter. This can cause a lot of headaches, because correcting the problem requires dropping and rebuilding the computed
column with a definition that include
I am getting the following error
I know what the problem is, but can anyone help me in catching this exception in the best possible way?
I do not want the user to delete the country if there are any FK contrains. Or a better way will be to ask the user if they want to delete the records referencing this "Country".
int countryID = Convert.ToInt32(gvCountry.DataKeys[e.RowIndex].Value);
db.DeleteCountry(1, 1, countryID);
gvCountry.EditIndex = -1;
**i am using linq to sql
"Source and target tables
must share the same filegroup . The source and the target table of the ALTER TABLE...SWITCH statement
must reside in the same filegroup , and their large-value columns
must be stored in the same filegroup . Any corresponding indexes, index partitions, or indexed view partitions
must also reside in the same filegroup . However, the filegroup can be different
from that of the corresponding tables or other corresponding indexes."
What other "corresponding" tables or indexes can there be involved in the ALTER TABLE ... SWITCH statement? Why does this paragraph mention tables and indexes sharing the same filegroup when partitions of each of them can reside on different
Can someone please enlighten me on the meaning of this paragraph?
I create an SSIS package, i use data flow to import rows from different server to local server. Unfortunately, there always be error message something about insert statement violated because of foreign key "The INSERT statement conflicted with
the FOREIGN KEY constraint" since the table is transactional table that has some foreign key. I want to minimize using temporary table and trying to use toolbox item in ssis.I would appreciate any since i am ssis newbie.
Using SQL Server 2008:
We have a main database - MAIN. For monthly data extracts, I create new tables with relevant data in another database called EXTRACT.
I use SELECT INTO statements to create the tables in the EXTRACT schema. How do I preserve the primary key constraints in the EXTRACT tables? Do I need to write separate queries to set them?
I use SELECT INTO statements to create the tables in the EXTRACT database. How do I preserve the primary key constraints in the EXTRACT tables? Do I need to write separate queries to set them?