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im not using fork e.g.
there is no code excluded. because its not necessary to implement not working code ;-)
CREATE TABLE `table_1` (<br> `ID` int(11) NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT,<br> `version` varchar(200) NOT NULL,<br> `filename` varchar(200) NOT NULL,<br> `size` int(11) DEFAULT NULL,<br> `MD5_checksum` varchar(200) DEFAULT NULL,<br> `release_notes` varchar(200) NOT NULL,<br> `remark` varchar(2000) DEFAULT NULL,<br> `rec_level` int(11) NOT NULL,<br> `date_rec_green` date DEFAULT NULL,<br> `date_rec_yellow` date DEFAULT NULL,<br> `date_rec_red` date DEFAULT NULL,<br> `date_compl_green` date DEFAULT NULL,<br> `date_comp_yellow` date DEFAULT NULL,<br> `date_compl_red` date DEFAULT NULL,<br> `os_type` int(11) DEFAULT NULL,<br> `feature_set` int(11) DEFAULT NULL,<br> PRIMARY KEY (`ID`),<br> UNIQUE KEY `ID_UNIQUE` (`ID`),<br> KEY `fk_firmware_rec_level` (`rec_level`),<br> KEY `fk_firmware_os_type` (`os_type`),<br> KEY `fk_firmware_feature_set` (`feature_set`),<br> CONSTRAINT `fk_firmware_feature_set` FOREIGN KEY (`feature_set`) REF +ERENCES <br>`nl_firmware_feature_set` (`ID`) ON DELETE NO ACTION ON U +PDATE NO ACTION,<br> CONSTRAINT `fk_firmware_os_type` FOREIGN KEY (`os_type`) REFERENCES +<br>`nl_firmware_os_type` (`ID`) ON DELETE NO ACTION ON UPDATE NO ACT +ION,<br> CONSTRAINT `fk_firmware_rec_level` FOREIGN KEY (`rec_level`) REFEREN +CES <br>`nl_firmware_rec_level` (`ID`) ON DELETE NO ACTION ON UPDATE +NO ACTION<br> ) ENGINE=InnoDB AUTO_INCREMENT=11 DEFAULT CHARSET=utf8$$<br>

im completly new to this topic for this i hope that this is the scheme that helps a lil...
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