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Object Dependencies

When you create complex database structures involving many tables with foreign key constraints, views, triggers, Functions, etc. you will implicitly create a net of dependencies between the objects. For instance, a table with a foreign key constraint depends on the table it references. We tried to create a software to make your work easier, i.e. to give you the tools for efficient database objects management. The Dependencies tab allows you to control the correlation of objects efficiently.

 

The Depends on window represents all the objects the current object depends on.

 

The Referenced by window contains the tree of database objects constituting the dependency relationship on the current object.

 

Use items of the popup menu to edit the selected object in Object Editor or to drop the object.

 

The optional Show Details clause of the popup menu specifies whether the types of dependencies are represented.

 

See also: Types of dependencies

 



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