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Table relationships diagram
For information about Data Modeling in Modeler, see Data modeling overview.
A Table Relationships Diagram shows a view of your Data Model. You can have many Table Relationships Diagrams in a model.
You can create a Table Relationships Diagram through the context menu of a Package: right-click the Package, point to New, point to Proprietary, point to Data Model, and then click Table Relationships Diagram.
The following sections provide information about how a Table Relationships Diagram is used in the model. For more information about an item, property or model part, click it.
Shows these dictionary items
Like most diagrams, a Table Relationship Diagram can show variability items and relationships. See Overview of variability items and relationships on diagrams.
For most diagram symbols, you can change the presentation of the symbol through the Style view options (See Style view options - all diagrams), and change the showing of Stereotypes and Tag Definitions through the Stereotypes view options (See Stereotypes view options for a symbol - all diagrams). When a symbol has additional view options for changing its presentation, this icon is shown - to see how the view options can change the presentation, click the icon.
These items (which are not documented in the reference topics) can also appear on a Variant Diagram:
Frame Box - provides a way of adding a box or background image to the diagram.
Note - provides a way of adding text to the diagram.
Note Link - links a Constraint, Comment or Note to an item on the diagram.
A Table Relationships Diagram has these properties:
Full Name
Last Changed By
Last Changed On
Page Reference
Owned by
Used in these parts of the model
Data Model
Can be linked to these dictionary items
Like other diagrams in a Model, a Table Relationships Diagram can be linked to an Activity Partition, Comment, Frame Box, General Node, General Flow, General Flow Diagram Node, Constraint (applied), General Flow Diagram Flow or Swimlane.