Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #11964, comment 36


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10/18/2018 10:12:44 AM (5 months ago)
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Scott Stevens
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  • Ticket #11964, comment 36

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    11It appears that adding multiple constraints to a table results in only the last being stored.
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    3 Reviewing the SQL (`./manage.py migrate`), I'm seeing each constraint being added by way of `ALTER TABLE`, `CREATE TABLE`, `INSERT INTO ... SELECT`, `DROP TABLE`, however only the most recent constraint is added each time, so the previous constraint is dropped with the old table when adding the new one.
     3Reviewing the SQL (`./manage.py sqlmigrate`), I'm seeing each constraint being added by way of `ALTER TABLE`, `CREATE TABLE`, `INSERT INTO ... SELECT`, `DROP TABLE`, however only the most recent constraint is added each time, so the previous constraint is dropped with the old table when adding the new one.
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    55Using `38f3de86bd0bfa4c9b57db1237fa55e9fa88bc6e`, Python 3.6.6 (Win10x64) with SQLite database.
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