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Index No Duplicates - Foreign Keys

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Hi Experts,
How do i go about in setting up an index for two foreign fields.

Is it just a matter of selecting Index: Yes (No Duplicates) for the two fields?

In this case the two fields would be ClassProductID and ClassDate.

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See the attached example

open table in design view
View>>Indexes
Give the new index a name, MyIndex in this example
Pick the Field Names
Click back in the first row (SeqNumber in this exampe)
Set the Unique property to Yes in the Index Properties window.

"Is it just a matter of selecting Index: Yes (No Duplicates) for the two fields? "
No.

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