In general, auxiliary and multi tables should not have REFERENCES constraints that point to each other. Instead, each of these tables can have a REFERENCES constraint that points to the primary table for the repository item. This limitation exists because the SQL repository processes insert and delete statements for auxiliary and multi tables in the same order. As a result, if you specify REFERENCES constraints between an auxiliary and a multi table or vice versa, a constraint error results on the insert or the delete.

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