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Question asked by coherentkris on Sep 25, 2013
Latest reply on Sep 26, 2013 by keywords

Ok i just read thru a post about relationships from 2008 from another site good information from Comment and David Jondreau. Basically they said that in the relationship graph the straight line indicated relationship to an auto enter field or a validated unique field. The crows foot indicates a "normal" relationship and the pipe indicated a match with an unindexed field (unstored calc, forced to no index, or global) matches that involve a non global pipe are not resolved and a portal based on the relationship is empty. The one instance where the pipe can resolve is to a global. This is true even when their are globals on both sides of the relationship. I used two globals in several tests and it works.. my questions is this... in the real world what possible use is their for a match between two globals?