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Robert Paris
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Joined: Jul 28, 2002
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Yes, I know this is a Java forum, but it's the best forum out there, so I thought I'd ask:
does anyone know if you can add non-foreign key constraints to a column in mysql? In SQL Server I can add a constraint which says that a column's data cannot include "@" for example. Does this exist in mysql?
 
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