barricuda102 karma2021-09-07 03:15:55 UTC
wut? is this even a thing? is this a trick question? is this a non-relational database thing? What is the purpose of using foreign keys recursively? and would that even be true recursion?
I'm assuming this is a situation where we set a foreign key as a reference to the table it's in. So we could do something like user.createdBy referencing the user.userId of the user who created this new user. I don't understand why this would be called 'recursive' though. Sure the table references itself, but the objects stored in the table don't necessarily reference themselves.
Ignoring the notion that this user case doesn't make sense of recursion to me, I would say that it's used to prevent tables from having data within them that doesn't reference previously existing data.
but what really does this mean? It's not truly recursive right? It can't be for the same reason we don't have arrays as a data type in sql. right?
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barricuda32 karma2021-09-07 04:02:22 UTC
Oh, okay. Makes sense. When do I start?
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