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If the foreign key constraints don't point to any other table inside of originating database (ie, if SQL Server doesn't point to SQL Server, etc.), then I would drop those foreign keys. They aren't useful. If they do point to other tables, then perhaps you do have to copy what data is needed just to satisfy the constraint. (Ugh). Either that or re-consider ...



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