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21:14 <Aron> Hi, I am trying to create a Table with a compound primary key, which is possible according to the documation
21:14 <Aron> r.db('test').tableCreate('expertResults', {primary_key : [r.row("appId"), r.row("userId")]}, {durability : 'soft'})
21:14 <Aron> it returns an error
21:14 <Aron> any idea?
21:15 <Aron> e: Expected 1 argument (not including options) but found 2.
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