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Visual differentiation of relationship types

pyee 1 year ago updated by ext-Pasi.Luoma-aho 8 months ago 11

I'd love a way to select a different relationship line to more easily identify a one-to-many (or many-to-many) vs a one-to-one relationship.

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Dear User,

Good news, new version with Crow's foot notation is available.


Support Team - SqlDBM

Under review

Please suggest your idea, how you would like to visualize it.

This is pretty standard notation in other ERD's I've seen in the past. But there are others as well.

Yeah, this is good. But just to make sure, this is only Visual right? Because it won't have any meaning in terms of generated SQL.


If that is the case, there might be Representational Attributes available for relationship lines.


Let us know if you have different thoughts.


Thanks,

Team - SqlDBM  

Correct. I wouldn't expect this to change generated SQL, but would help at a glance when visually reviewing the diagram.

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Sounds Good. Thank you for your suggestion. 

I will pass this information to our team and see when we can fit it in our development schedule.

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Dear User,

Crowfoot notation is coming very soon, it is actively being worked on, and we are hoping to release it in next 10 days.

Thanks,

Team - SqlDBM

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Dear User,

Good news, new version with Crow's foot notation is available.


Support Team - SqlDBM

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I don't see the Notation part at all.  Instead all the relationship arrows are now missing after just 'Refreshing' to the new SqlDBM version!

Please delete cache, and reopen your browser OR use different browser.

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Team - SqlDBM

Thanks. Cache deleting solved it.