Re: Drawing relationships between tables in Workbench
Posted by: John Zastrow ()
Date: August 15, 2005 05:47PM
I do like the way Access handles the lines to the keys because in simple diagrams I can see the associations with a glance. Since I usually work on models with 10 tables or less, this is handy. Also, we don’t always have the flexibility to design models from scratch and use clearly labeled keys (e.g., inheriting someone else’s work, either for use or migration), or we have to follow someone else’s standards. Then there’s compound keys…
|Drawing relationships between tables in Workbench||Michael G. Zinner||08/10/2005 04:06PM|
|Re: Drawing relationships between tables in Workbench||John Zastrow||08/15/2005 05:47PM|
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|Re: Drawing relationships between tables in Workbench||Dennis Mengelt||08/16/2005 03:33PM|
|Re: Drawing relationships between tables in Workbench||sam williams||08/16/2005 03:37PM|
|Re: Drawing relationships between tables in Workbench||Michael G. Zinner||08/23/2005 11:05AM|
|Re: Drawing relationships between tables in Workbench||John Zastrow||08/25/2005 08:38PM|
|Re: Drawing relationships between tables in Workbench||sbeebe||08/30/2005 01:13PM|
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