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SQL Server / T-SQL Tutorial » Constraints » Foreign Key 
7.3.Foreign Key
7.3.1.The FOREIGN KEY Clause
7.3.2.FOREIGN KEY Constraints
7.3.3.A statement that adds a foreign key constraint
7.3.4.ON DELETE and ON UPDATE Options
7.3.5.Adding a FOREIGN KEY to the Employees Table
7.3.6.Re-creating the FOREIGN KEY with NO ACTION (Implicitly)
7.3.7.Referential Constraints
7.3.8.Cascading Updates and Deletes
7.3.9.Supporting Basic Referential Integrity with Foreign Keys
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