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how to get the total number of constraints in schema in sybase

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how to get the total number of constraints in schema in sybase
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If you are on Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise, there is a system table named sysconstraints - see http://infocenter.sybase.com/help/index.jsp?topic=/com.sybase.help.ase_15.0.tables/html/tables/tables25.htm
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Please clarify whether you need all constraints including primary key, foreign key and check constraint. Otherwise the answer might be simpler.

You can find out total number of check constraints and referential constraints by using sysconstraints. But you need to count primary keys in sysindexes as well. You can use 2nd bit of status2 column for that purpose.
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