The most common of table relationships is the one-to-many relationship, which is created by adding the primary key (one or more fields) from one table into a second table that will hold many occurrences of said primary key.
I asked a friend of mine who's a native English speaker whether everything was okay with the grammar in this sentence and he said that the sentence sounded absolutely fine to him as it was written. He explained that said something is a common phrase with no article. But I then looked it up in my dictionary and showed him the following example that I found there: acting in pursuance of the said agreement. To which he replied that because you already have the primary key mentioned before, you don't need to use the article again. Do you think this is correct logic? Would you please give me some more examples with that structure?