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I got started with relational databases with mysql, so I’m in the habit of making
database changes with SQL scripts, rather than using a GUI. Microsoft SQL Server
requires that we specify the name of a unique constraint when we want to drop it. If
you’re thinking ahead, you can specify a name when you create the constraint; if
you don’t, SQL Server will make up an unpredictable name, so you can’t write a
simple script to drop the constraint.