In my noob opinion, it strikes me that in a serialized environment, this shouldn't be a problem. Is that correct? If not, please explain to me why a foreign key's behavior on a non-unique column is ...
I am hashing keys from one table that provides a 256 bit (64 char length) alphanumeric string that I intend to use in a second table as a foreign key. The engine of choice here is InnoDB. There are ...