> The reason I think we have to mention the constraint name is that you
> could have a multi-column primary/foreign key, so instead of mentioning
> each column, we just mention the constraint name, which should be easy
> to identify.

Sure. See attempt (3). However it is still a "NOTICE".
Should I make version (4) with a WARNING ?

Fabien Coelho - [EMAIL PROTECTED]

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