the type of link specified between tables in a relational database.
logic al connection between two activities. [D01620] WST logic al or natural association between two or more things; relevance of one to another; connection. [D01621] VPM 19 A semantic connection among model element s. Examples of relationships include association s and generalization [D04874] RUP
A reference or link between one object and one or more other objects. Relationships may be one-to-one, one-to-many, many-to-one, or many-to-many. They may connect objects of the same class or different classes. In Objectivity/DB, relationships are persistent objects that are stored in the database.
A named connection between data source tables.
A directed association. Example: places (Customer places Order)
The context or way an object relates to its environment.
(1) An interaction between entities. Usually expressed as verbs in English. (2) A named business association between occurrences of one or more entity types which provides some relevant information value.
The link between two entities in a system or network, such as the relationship between a vendor and a customer or two activities in a project.
a connection you have with another person.
A logical link between two tables that describes how the tables are associated with each other One-To-Many: A relationship in which one record in a table can related to any number of records in another table. (A teacher may have many students, an order may have many items, a department may have many employees etc.) One-To-One: A relationship in which one record in a table relates to only one record in another table. (A patient table, detailing address and billing information may relate to one record in the Patients' Personal table, detailing health information, treatments etc.) Many -To-Many: A relationship where any number of records in a table can relate to any number of records in another table. An example might be the relationships between people and addresses, in which many people can have the same address AND any one person may have a number of addresses (home, work, townhouse etc.). This type of relationship is implemented by creating a new 'join table' and creating two one-to-many relationships from the original tables to the third table. The 'join table' would include two foreign keys - one to each of the other two tables' primary keys.
A relationship represents an association between two or more tables. ()
Describes the dependency or connectivity between CIs using terms such as 'used by', 'part of', 'connected to', 'resides on'. Relationships not only provide a means of assessing the potential full impact of a proposed Change, but can also indicate the potential damage likely to be caused by a single component failure. Relationships are described as 'primary' if they are hierarchical and 'secondary' if not.
relationship is a function which results in a measurement (true/false, yes/no, integer, etc.) when applied to two or more identities (not entities).
The connection between your character and the other characters in the play.
A relationship is reified semantic connection among model elements. Types of relationships include association, generalization, and dependency.
a state involving mutual dealings between people or parties or countries
state of relatedness or connection by blood or marriage or adoption
a an association between an actor and a use-case
a beautiful thing, not something to feel guilty about
a birth of a new entity
a bond or a connection between two things
a bond or a connectionbetween two things
a Cartesian product of two or more entity types, called its components
a complex pattern of feelings and habitual actions and responses in two or more people, so it involves systems which have been mentioned above
a compromise between two people, not just one making all the decisions
a conceptual tie among two or more entities
a condition of mutual service
a connection between entity types that share no common data elements
a connection between or among model element s
a connection between two people in which
a connection or a bond between two things
a consistent and systematic linkage between the levels or labels for two variables
a covenant between two people
a delicate thing and that is why two people interested in each other should take their time and treat each other like flowers (hypothetically speaking)
a delicate thing, like an antique clock, and we know what will happen if we start picking it apart
a dynamic thing, a mental thing
a dynamic thing that when it's working optimally, is very flexible based on the needs of all parties
a foreign key constraint, which guards the integrity of your data
a fragile thing
a gift, it is the one thing you can't go to a certain store or a certain place and get it
a living, dynamic entity
a living thing that needs nourishment
a logical connection between two entities
a logical link between two entities
a much more vast array of things
a mutual thing, its not just he guys job to make the woman feel comfortbale (although they always should) but if a girl doesn't make the guy comfrotbale as well, then they may truley miss out
a myth that two people create together, and myths tend to play fast and loose with the facts
a named business association between two entities
a named connection or association between entities
a named, directed, binary association between gazetteer entries
a named directed connection between two objects
an association among entities
an association among member of one or more entity set
an association between classes
an association between instances of one or more entity types
an association between subjects/entities
an association between two entities
an association between two or more entites
an associative link between two entities
a natural, logical, and harmonious association
a network of these mutual dependencies
a new entity having its own unique character and purpose
an ongoing thing
an opportunity for two people to share and learn and grow with each other
an ordered association among objects
an union of two different people
a person to person thing
a private thing
a rather mysterious and amazing third entity, one that can come to lead an existence independent of the will or desire of its two partners
a reason of relevance why one or more entities may be associated to another
a rich interchange between two people that offers each the opportunity to know oneself better
a significant association between two entities
a single context between two individuals
a special case of an association
a temple with two pillars
a tuple of objects
a two part deal, both people have to be happy and both people have to make the decision as to where to go
a two-sided things
a two-way connection or association
a two way deal
a two way feeling
a two-way situation
a two-way street, and if he just leaves her, she can't even begin to find out what's wrong with him
a two-way street and talking also involves listening
a type of association and the two objects sharing that association
a union of two distinct individuals
a verb-phrase that connects one entity with another entity, and specifies the cardinality between those entities
a very important thing ( at least to me )
a way to organize data and provides a link between matched fields of two different tables
a wonderful thing
A link between tables that references the primary key in one table to a foreign key in another table. The relationship line is represented in a database diagram by a solid line if referential integrity between tables is enforced, or a dashed line if referential integrity is not enforced for INSERT and UPDATE transactions. The endpoints of a relationship line show a primary key symbol to denote a primary key-to-foreign key relationship or an infinity symbol to denote the foreign key side of a one-to-many relationship.
In OracleAS TopLink, a reference between two OracleAS TopLink-enabled objects.
The way in which entities in a database system are related to form a complete rational database. The relationships may be one to one, one to many or many to many.
A logical connection between two tasks.
An association, linkage, or connection, either real or suspected, between entities of the same or different set which describes their interaction, the dependence of one upon the other, or their mutual interdependence.
Conceptual connection between two or more entities in entity-relationship modelling. Relationships may be one-to-one, one-to-many or many-to-many. Eventually, a static connection between two or more objects, that is commonly implemented using pointer reference.
The common values shared by two or more database tables. This links records in different database tables and is an essential component in relational database development. See foreign key, primary key.
A link between two datasets
A statement about how two or more entities are related and the restrictions placed on that relationship. Example, a Department employs zero, one or many Employees and an Employee can work for one And only one Department (italics identify the relationship between Department and Employee).
one ticket's connection to another; either a loose association or a dependency. See also depends on, depended on by, refers to, referred to by, parent, and child here and also Relationships.
The join created between two or more tables using common fields.
As a property of a business object, an association between business objects that reflects the interaction of their business purposes.
A connection or association between two or more things; the result of the interaction between two things, or one thing an another.
One of those things that are absolutely forbidden in the office (does not apply in certain southern states or New York).
This defines a geometrical connection between two entities that is enforced by the program. For example, if you fix a point to a curve, then you can only move or drag the point along that curve. Likewise, if you move the curve, the point will remain attached to the curve and remain in the same relative position.
a relationship between two classes, expressed by a l ink from an instance of the first class to an instance of the second.
a logical connection between two activities.
a table or tuple containing a data set
A business associate between one or more entities.
A type of connection or business association of interest or meaning that can exist between two entity types. Identifies the business reason (rule) within the Ministry why two or more entity types may be associated.
This is a logical connection between two classes. There are two basic kinds of relationships: associations and subclassing relations. Unfortunately the word is often used synonymously with association. (See the category on relationships.)
An illustration of how entities are related to each other.
Between two tables, the common field (or fields) that identify how they are connected.
relationship line drawn in the CDM with the relationship tool represents the way data is related between (usually) two entities. Relationship Tool
A semantic connection among model elements. Examples of relationships include associations and generalizations.
1. What one entity has to do with another. 2. Any significant way in which two things of the same or different type may be associated.
A typed connection between two or more resources.
an association among objects. A relationship among N objects (not necessarily distinct) is known as an "N-ary" relationship. A relationship is said to connect the objects that are associated by it.
A link between two entities that's based on attributes of the entities. For example, the Department and Employee entities can have a relationship based on the deptID attribute as a foreign key in Employee, and as the primary key in Department note that although the join attribute deptID is the same for the source and destination entities in this example, it doesn't have to be. This relationship would make it possible to find the employees for a given department.
A relationship is a connection of some kind between two things. Typical forms of relationship are interpersonal relationships between two people, cause-effect relationships between two events, mathematical relations and systemic relationships between two parts of a system.