ERROR: Column ... does not exist in table ...

Reason:

You attempted to drop a foreign key constraint using create_foreign_constraint() on a table but specified a column that does not exist in the table.

Resolution:

Ensure you specify a known column in the table.

Tips:

  • Was the column name spelled correctly?
  • Use the star$columns view to find the columns in the table.
  • Use the star$constraints view to find the columns in foreign key constraints.
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