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Drop All Foreign Keys ? PostgreSQL 7.2.1

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Hello
Sometimes i need to drop one of my tables. DROP TABLE removes all
foreign keys connected with that table. After this i need to recreate FK.
It is not easy to find dropped keys, so i have script to create all keys
in database (ALTER TABLE ... ). It works good, but when FK exists, it
will create another (exacly the same).

So when i run recreateFK script 4 times, i can find 4 exacly the same FK.

I think that script should first drop all FK and after this create all FK.

And there is my question. How to drop all FK from all tables in database ?
Greetings

Bart

Nov 11 '05 #1
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