After a record has been
||For restrictive, non-transitional, multi-record constraints,
the Rules Engine determines the primary key values of the driving
table, if they are not known. In some cases, a constraint key query
is needed to retrieve these primary key values. Refer to "Driving Tables" and "Constraint Key Query" for
||Cardinality checks for relationships in which this record is a
child record are generated, but are kept until commit.
||If primary key columns have changed, cascading and nullifying
update rules are executed.
||Corrective multi-record constraints that have not been set to
Deferred are evaluated. These corrections may lead to new row
constraints are evaluated first, then the transitional