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Accept null value on parent column in multipart relationship

EDIT: I've come up with one poor solution (below) that requires some denormalization, but does avoid the risks of UDFs in CHECK constraints. I would appreciate your help if you have a better answer. ...
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Creating a partial unique constraint for MySQL

I have the same question as asked in a previous post: PostgreSQL multi-column unique constraint and NULL values. But the solution there is not applicable as I am using MySQL instead of PostgreSQL. My ...
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H2 SELECT NULLABLE or other equivalent to check a column has NOT NULL constraint or not

I would like to check if a column has a NOT NULL constraint in order to start an automated upgrade of the table definition. However in H2 the SQL SELECT NULLABLE FROM TABLE_NAME doesn't return me the ...
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Only one NULL for one part of primary key

I have two date columns : "start date" and "finish date". I want to make sure that there can be only one null value in the "finish date" column (which should be current state if it's NULL) for one ...
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Proper use of NULL, and utilizing CHECK constraints for business logic vs stored procedures

This question regards the proper use of NULL and utilizing CHECK constraints for business logic vs stored procedures. I have the following tables setup. I normalized the tables to avoid using ...
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PostgreSQL multi-column unique constraint and NULL values

I have a table like the following: create table my_table ( id int8 not null, id_A int8 not null, id_B int8 not null, id_C int8 null, constraint pk_my_table primary key (id), constraint ...
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How can I help SQL Server recognize my view column is NOT NULL-able?

I have the following indexed view defined in SQL Server 2008 (you can download a working schema from gist for testing purposes): CREATE VIEW dbo.balances WITH SCHEMABINDING AS SELECT user_id ...