Can you define a foreign key, with a key from the same
Answers were Sorted based on User's Feedback
Answer / abhay
No, foreign key in a table is a reference from another
table, making a key foreign in the table itself will not be
useful for anything since the table will reference itself
during a query
|Is This Answer Correct ?||4 Yes||0 No|
Answer / samsudeen
Foreign key is a reference key of the Database.
if u set the foreing key refernece to the table, its make
the relation between two table.
|Is This Answer Correct ?||0 Yes||1 No|
What is jdbc in java?
Where is jdbc url mysql?
What is connection data?
What are the differences between setmaxrows(int) and setfetchsize(int)?
What is jdbc driver for sql server?
Does sql allow null values ?
What is connection pooling and why it is used?
What is metadata in jdbc?
What is the difference between Minus, and Intersect?
Why isn't the java.sql.DriverManager class being found?
How can we execute stored procedures?
What is jdbc databasemetadata interface?