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One to One relationship not working

One to One relationship not working

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I have two tables that have a relationship one to one. However, when I add a record in the first table the other table does not generate a record. Is there a way to set up a relation or something that I don't have to keep the relationship in visual basic?

I want to set up a relationship that when I add a record to one table it add an empty record in the other table based on the key.

Guidance helpful or Url to read about it will be great.

Thank you for collaboration.

Luis  

RE: One to One relationship not working

<I have two tables that have a relationship one to one

Why?

<I want to set up a relationship that when I add a record to one table it add an empty record in the other table based on the key.

I'm not implying that there are no circumstances when you would need to do this, just that it's rather unusual.  Most often people do this because they confuse the way data are presented with the way that they are stored.  That's why I'm interested in your reasons.

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