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Richard.Berry100 wrote:
Prevents any duplicates in MasterTable column

No, it doesn't; it's the part behind that which says "which type" of constraint. It's a single statement, not two separate statements.

Richard.Berry100 wrote:
PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED (WareHouseId, ProductId)
Stores the data physically sorted by WarehouseId then ProductID?

Yup.

Richard.Berry100 wrote:
Or are there three Primary keys now?

One (compound) primary key, consisting of two columns, and the name of that constraint is "PK_MasterTable".
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