Error code 1452 is caused by the fact that when you attempt to add a row to a table, you’re not allowed to add a new column to this table. The column is specified as foreign key through the column that you’re trying to add, but it requires a unique ID from the table’s primary key (this is an example of a unique key: an automatically generated number that is no longer than any other value in the table).
The only way to prevent this error is to make the foreign key column that youre trying to add unique. But as you can imagine, this makes a lot of columns in this table not unique. We have to make certain they are unique to prevent this error. Also, it is a bad idea to add rows to tables without specifying unique IDs to avoid this error.
This error is caused when you have more than one unique ID in a row. The best way to avoid this error is to make each of the columns you are trying to add unique.
The problem here is that the uniqueID column has a not unique constraint. The error you get if you try to update the row is a “foreign key constraint fails” error. To fix this, change the uniqueID column to a primary key.
The problem is that you have a uniqueID column that has a not unique constraint. This means that the other columns in the row don’t have unique IDs. In this case the foreign key constraint fails error, because you can’t add a row to the table with a non-unique ID.
The solution is to remove the uniqueID column. It will still have an error because the foreign key constraint fails error, but it won’t hurt you. Just change it to a primary key and you will be good to go. You can also remove the “not unique” from the uniqueID column. This will make the table completely ununique.
You can also remove the constraint from the foreign key column. But I’m not sure what you mean by ‘and not remove’ it from the foreign key column.
This error is usually caused by a non-unique record being created and then later updated. This is most likely happening if you are adding a new row to a table or you are updating an existing row in a table. This is a very common mistake, so its best to avoid it by using the correct SQL statement.
This error usually happens because you have a foreign key constraint linking to an existing table that is currently not allowed to accept new rows. In order for this constraint to be in place the database system must be able to add a row while the foreign key constraint is in place.