In SQL Model , please note that we are using 5 different schema in our model so we will need to specify each reference `s schema
AFAIK reference is not an object in the database like: table, view, sequence, procedure and so on. It's just a table constraint. There is no need to specify schema.
I'm not sure if your understanding of "reference" it the same as mine. Database terms are ambigous :(
i`m aware of that , maybe i explained not correctly , here is an example of what i mean :
this is a table script with a specified schema :
-- tables -- Table: town CREATE TABLE base.town (
id int NOT NULL,
city_id int NOT NULL,
name nvarchar(50) NOT NULL,
CONSTRAINT pk_town PRIMARY KEY (id)
); CREATE UNIQUE INDEX ndx_town_name on base.town (city_id ASC,name ASC)
; -- End of file.
The revelation to this table :
-- foreign keys -- Reference: parkeon_terminal_town (table: parkeon_terminal) ALTER TABLE parkeon_terminal ADD CONSTRAINT parkeon_terminal_town
FOREIGN KEY (town_id)
REFERENCES town (id); -- End of file.
as you can see when your software is generating the table which has schema , it is not generating right relation to it , because the in the database "town" table does not exits it`s "base.town" , therefore you should add the schema when you are generating the relation as well in the script in reference part .
Thanks for clarifiction. I'll look at it.
We will fix it soon.
This is fixed on production. Sorry for inconvenience.
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