Make sure the unique ID field in the client record is linked to an ID field in the "visit" table. Then, your relationship graph should show a single line emanating from the client table and connecting to the "visit" table ID field, which will have a fork emanating from that table/field.
Let me know if you need additional clarification.
You won't see that single line unless the ID field is defined in one of two ways:
- The field is an auto-entered serial number
- The field has a unique values validation option specified (and this should be selected if you are using Get (UUID) ).
If you are using an externally supplied unique ID--such as a Social Security Number or a Patient ID generated from another computer system, I recommend that you not use it as a match field in relationships. It's better to keep that field as a data field in Clients, but use an internally generated ID field for linking to other tables in relationships.