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46801. A foreign key is used to implement relationships between tables.



46802. The terms alternate key and candidate key mean the same thing.



46803. In 1:N relationships, which entity becomes the parent entity is arbitrary.



46804. When the parent entity is required, cascading updates and cascading deletions should be allowed or the associated actions on the parent should be prohibited.



46805. In a 1:1 relationship, the primary key placement is arbitrary.



46806. When the parent entity is required, a new child row can always be inserted.



46807. All primary keys are required.



46808. Intersection tables are ID-dependent on both their parent tables.



46809. For every relationship, there are six possible sets of minimum cardinalities.



46810. An intersection table is required to represent M:N relationships.



46811. The DBMS allows surrogate keys to be changed.



46812. Cascading updates refers to child rows being automatically deleted when a parent row is deleted.



46813. When transforming an entity-relationship model into a relational database design, each entity is represented as a table.



46814. Surrogate keys have much meaning for users.



46815. When the child entity is required, we are restricted from creating a new parent row without also creating a corresponding child row at the same time.



46816. (STREET ADDRESS, CITY, STATE, ZIP) is an ideal primary key.



46817. When the parent entity is required and the parent has a surrogate key, update actions can be ignored.



46818. When the parent entity is required, a new parent row can always be inserted.



46819. For every relationship, there are six possible referential integrity actions.



46820. An ideal primary key is short, numeric and seldom changing.



46821. Which of the following data constraints would be used to specify that the value of cells in a column must be one of a specific set of possible values?





46822. In a 1:N relationship, the foreign key is placed in:





46823. Which of the following column properties specifies whether or not cells in a column must contain a data value?





46824. A primary key should be defined as:





46825. Which of the following column properties would be used to specify that cells in a column must contain a monetary value?





46826. A solvent commonly used for oil paints is--------





46827. In the manufacturing of cement,burning process done by-------





46828. Soundness test of cement is done by





46829. The portion of a road used by vehicular traffic is:





46830. The rocks are formed by molten magma is called





46831. To eliminate definition duplication, XML Schemas define:





46832. What is not true about SOAP?





46833. XML Schemas consist of:





46834. The expression FOR XML RAW tells SQL Server to:





46835. ADO.NET provides the ability to create and process in-memory databases called:





46836. An XML component that defines the structure of a document is known as a(n):





46837. HTML is an application of a more robust document markup language called:





46838. XSLT processors evaluate each statement in the context of the match that has been made. That is, XSLT processors are:





46839. The DTD begins with the word:





46840. What is not true about XML?





46841. What is not true about XSLT?





46842. If the XML data instance conforms to the DTD, the document is said to be:





46843. XML is:





46844. The document that is used by XSLT to indicate how to transform the elements of the XML document to another format is a(n):





46845. If an XML document does not have a DTD, then by definition it is:





46846. SOAP uses HTTP as its only transport mechanism.



46847. The DTD defines the structure of XML documents.



46848. If a document does not conform to the DTD, it is a bad XML document.



46849. XSLT processors are context-oriented; each statement is evaluated in the context of the match that has been made.



46850. Web page display is the most important application of XML.



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