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For foreign keys defined to RESTRICT operations that would violate referential integrity, default checks occur at the time a statement executes. If you specify a CHECK ON COMMIT clause, then the checks occur only when the transaction is committed.
Setting the wait_for_commit database option controls the behavior when a foreign key is defined to restrict operations that would violate referential integrity. The CHECK ON COMMIT clause can override this option.
With the default wait_for_commit set to Off, operations that would leave the database inconsistent cannot execute. For example, an attempt to DELETE a department that still has employees in it is not allowed. The following statement gives an error:
DELETE FROM Departments WHERE DepartmentID = 200;
Setting wait_for_commit to On causes referential integrity to remain unchecked until a commit executes. If the database is in an inconsistent state, the database disallows the commit and reports an error. In this mode, a database user could drop a department with employees in it, however, the user cannot commit the change to the database until they:
Delete or reassign the employees belonging to that department.
Insert the DepartmentID row back into the Departments table.
Roll back the transaction to undo the DELETE operation.
Integrity checks on INSERT
Integrity checks on DELETE or UPDATE
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