How Many Foreign Key Can You Have on A Single Table? Interview Question of the Week #096

Posted by: Journey to SQL Authority with Pinal Dave, on 06 Nov 2016 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Question: How Many Foreign Key Can You Have on A Single Table?I was asked above question in my recent SQLPASS presentations. I quickly answered that it is 253. However, after I returned home when I searched a bit more, I realized that my answer is not complete, hence this blog post.First appeared on How Many Foreign Key Can You Have on A Single Table? – Interview Question of the Week #096...

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