You can temporarily disable a foreign key constraint in MySQL by using the
SET FOREIGN_KEY_CHECKS variable.
To disable a foreign key constraint, you can use the following statement:
SET FOREIGN_KEY_CHECKS = 0;
This will disable all foreign key checks in the current session until the session is closed. If you want to enable the foreign key checks again, you can use the following statement:
SET FOREIGN_KEY_CHECKS = 1;
Keep in mind that disabling foreign key checks can cause data integrity issues if you are not careful.
You should only disable foreign key checks if you are sure that it is safe to do so, and you should re-enable the foreign key checks as soon as you are done.