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Solved! Re: ERROR 1005: Can't create table (errno: 150) :: InnoDB
Posted by: T D
Date: June 25, 2009 03:30AM

Thanks. this one solved my problems. index needs to be created.

Wrote:
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> In the manual search for this chapter "Creating
> InnoDB Tables" and the title "FOREIGN KEY
> Constraints"...
>
> Foreign keys definitions are subject to the
> following conditions:
>
> - Both tables must be InnoDB type.
>
> - In the referencing table, there must be an index
> where the foreign key columns are listed as the
> first columns in the same order.
>
> - In the referenced table, there must be an index
> where the referenced columns are listed as the
> first columns in the same order.
>
> - Index prefixes on foreign key columns are not
> supported. One consequence of this is that BLOB
> and TEXT columns cannot be included in a foreign
> key, because indexes on those columns must always
> include a prefix length.



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