Should I create a ID column for the Briding table or not?

Posted on 2011-10-11
Last Modified: 2012-06-27
I am creating a Briding table between two tables with a many-to-many relationship.

The columns which I am including are:

ID from table 1.
ID from table 2.

Should I create a ID column for the Briding table or not?
Question by:Mr_Shaw
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    Accepted Solution

    no need of ID column for the Briding table

    as  ID from table 1 and ID from table 2 will work as primary key

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