In this example we have two tables, album and song and we're using the SQLite dialect.
We will link these together by using a foreign key.
The album table uses a composite primary key (album_artist,album_name), so the foreign key will be a composite foreign key to match.
The song_album column will reference the album_name column,
the song_artist column will reference the album_artist column.
We've already created all of the tables and columns including those used by the foreign key.
We have added a primary key to both tables. The primary key on the album table includes both album_name and album_artist.
You will need to use the inspector to complete this task.
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If you want to follow along, either download the example starting file or paste the following text into a new empty SQLEditor document (with dialect SQLite).
There are 9 steps:
The foreign key is now complete.
The source (left) sidebar should show the SQL:
Starting File: Starting File
End File: End File
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