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Many to Many relationships

Many to Many relationships

Many to Many relationships

Hi I am not able to create relationships between tables .can any one tell me why I am not able to do that.what I am doing is I have two tables between which I have to have a many to many relationship.When I drag and drop primary key of one table into another i get a relationship box and i dont knwo how to proceed from there.Also referential integrity is disabled and I cannot click on it..why?PLease explain

RE: Many to Many relationships

To implement a many-to-many relationship, you need to create a third table, called a junction table or intersection table, containing the primary keys of both the tables being joined. Then, create the relationships between each of the original tables and the new junction table.

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