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    SQL Server relationships (Access 2003 sp2)

    Is there an eqivalent relationships window in SQL server like there is in Access.

    If so where do i find it?

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    Re: SQL Server relationships (Access 2003 sp2)

    Look for "New Database Diagram" under the database objects.

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    Re: SQL Server relationships (Access 2003 sp2)

    As Hans said, there is a "Database Diagrams" in the list of objects (such as Tables, View, etc.) below each database.

    It is convenient because you don't need to have one humongous diagram for the whole database; you can have multiple diagrams (and any table can be in one or more diagrams).
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    Re: SQL Server relationships (Access 2003 sp2)

    Thank you guys

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