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is there any way to write a procedure to delete two tables specific row which they have relation with each other?
and the same question for update these two tables?
Posted 25-Dec-12 22:34pm

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Yes you can delete the specific rows of the two tables that are in relation to each other. If the two tables are in a relation of foreign key then you can delete the row by setting the cascaded delete option to on.
There is one more way to delete the record from the table. Add a column to the tables named as "IsDeleted" of type "Bool" then make the particular record value to set true in that column. This is mostly used in industries.
From these above two options you can chose any one. But preferably the 2nd option is widely accepted.

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