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I have four tables which goes like this,

Customer(CustomerID INT, Name Varchar(10))
Supplier(SupplierID INT, Name Varchar(10))
Employee(EmployeeID INT, Name Varchar(10))
Address(AddressID INT, Street Varchar(10), City Varchar(10))

Here Customer, Supplier and Employee tables each will have a foreign key relationship with Address table. How do I build a relationship between Address table and others table so that I can maintain referential integrity.

Please help!!!

Thanks in advance
Posted 22-Dec-12 8:36am

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Solution 1

Not sure if i understood your question correctly, but if you are looking for the syntax on how to create a foreign key you can check the below link
Creating Primary Key, Foreign Key and Default Constraint[^]

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