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Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by questionmarc420@msn.com, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. questionmarc420@msn.com

    questionmarc420@msn.com
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    I got an easy question
    i forgot how to set a foreign key in access.
    can somebody please remind me how

    thanks alot in advance
    -morc
     
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  3. Pieter Wijnen

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    programatically via the relations Container
    Or with DDL Query
    Or vie Tools/relationships

    Pieter

    <questionmarc420@msn.com> wrote in message
    news:1148484595.315829.193030@y43g2000cwc.googlegroups.com...
    >I got an easy question
    > i forgot how to set a foreign key in access.
    > can somebody please remind me how
    >
    > thanks alot in advance
    > -morc
    >
     
  4. questionmarc420@msn.com

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    thanks for the quick reply
    but i don't understand.
    can you dumb it down for me please ?
    i have two tables, stores and items.
    stores has a primary key which is to be the foreign key in the items
    table.
    when i drag the storepk from the items table to the stores table in the
    relationship it doesnt change it to a foreign key and doesn't
    reconginze it as a unique index.
    i haven't used access in 3 years or more i basicaly remember nothing,
    all help is appreciated
    thanks again
    -morc
     
  5. Pieter Wijnen

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    Are you sure you've set the field to be the primary key?
    Open the table & Check for the Key symbol (or view the indexes)

    Pieter

    <questionmarc420@msn.com> wrote in message
    news:1148485760.830729.52400@j55g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
    > thanks for the quick reply
    > but i don't understand.
    > can you dumb it down for me please ?
    > i have two tables, stores and items.
    > stores has a primary key which is to be the foreign key in the items
    > table.
    > when i drag the storepk from the items table to the stores table in the
    > relationship it doesnt change it to a foreign key and doesn't
    > reconginze it as a unique index.
    > i haven't used access in 3 years or more i basicaly remember nothing,
    > all help is appreciated
    > thanks again
    > -morc
    >
     
  6. questionmarc420@msn.com

    questionmarc420@msn.com
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    yes ive set the primary keys
     
  7. John Vinson

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    On 24 May 2006 08:29:55 -0700, questionmarc420@msn.com wrote:

    >I got an easy question
    >i forgot how to set a foreign key in access.


    Just create a relationship in the Relationships window.

    There's nothing distinctive or visible in table design about a foreign
    key; a field is a foreign key by virtue of how it's being used, not
    by any particular attribute of the table or of the field.

    John W. Vinson[MVP]
     
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