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I am trying to find out all the foreign keys declared in my database along with the attributes of each key, for example is there a delete or update action defined for that key, etc. if I can some how get the script that defines these keys that would be even better. Is there a way to do that?

asked 23 Jan '13, 10:04

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If you can unload the full schema for the database, that will provide the statements used to create tables, foreign keys, etc. This can be done with dbunload -n.

Otherwise, you may be able to piece the information together from certain systems views:

Integrity rules in the system tables

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answered 23 Jan '13, 13:58

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edited 24 Jan '13, 12:18

@Tyson: that link didn't work for me, I had to change it to this one:
http://dcx.sybase.com/index.html#1201/en/dbusage/intrevw.html

(24 Jan '13, 03:28) Reimer Pods
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Tyson lives inside the Golden Palace where all things are possible :)

(24 Jan '13, 11:04) Breck Carter

Ah, yes, that would be an oversight on my part. I have a DNS suffix for .sybase.com configured on my machine, and occasionally forget that when I link to a page.

I've edited my answer to include the full domain name.

(24 Jan '13, 12:21) Tyson Lewis
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