Chapter 10. Table Relationships
There is no substitute for the comfort supplied by the utterly taken-for-granted relationship.
Topics Covered in This Chapter
Why Relationships Are Important
Types of Relationships
Identifying Existing Relationships
Establishing Each Relationship
Refining All Foreign Keys
Establishing Relationship Characteristics
You learned in Chapter 3 that a relationship exists between two tables when you can in some way associate the records of the first table with those of the second. You also learned that each relationship has three distinct characteristics: the type of relationship that exists between the tables, the ...