Welcome to Day 15 of my “A Month of PowerShell” series. This series will use the series landing page on this blog at //blog.waynesheffield.com/wayne/a-month-of-powershell/. Please refer to this page to see all of the posts in this series, and to quickly go to them.

Adding a foreign key constraint to a table

Continuing on with the mini-series on tables, today we’re going to add a foreign key constraint to a table. Since we only have one table in our database so far, we’ll create a new table. The foreign key constraint will be created on the unique key in the Common.TestTable – the RowGuid column.

Most of this code was creating the second table where the foreign key constraint will be at. Actually building the foreign key is just the last few lines of code – creating a ForeignKey object, creating a ForeignKeyColumn object for each column and assigning it to the ForeignKey.Columns property, setting the ReferencedTable and its Schema, and finally creating the foreign key.