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Why there are fewer primary keys/foreign keys in Oracle Apps

Why are there so many less primary keys/foreign keys in Oracle Apps? How does it handle the functionality of referential integrity constraints?
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Rather than explicitly defining constraints in the tables and columns, the Oracle Applications have implemented...

many constraints through form functionality. This is a common practice, which generally results in faster applications.

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