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Jun 29, 2023 ⋅ 10 min read

Building a shopping cart app with Vercel Stack

Rahul Padalkar Software engineer and indie hacker sharing my learnings skilled in web technologies. Find me @rahulnpadalkar.

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One Reply to "Building a shopping cart app with Vercel Stack"

  1. When I try to create this table, I see this: Syntax error: there is no unique constraint matching given keys for referenced table “products”.

    CREATE TABLE cart_items(
    cart_item_id SERIAL,
    product_id INT REFERENCES products(id),
    user_id INT REFERENCES users(id),
    PRIMARY KEY(product_id, user_id)
    );

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