Database design » Creating a recursive relations

Recursive relationships are created by foreign keys that refer to the same table. The simplest example of such a relationship is the employee table, where each of them has a supervisor, also an employee of the company. The creation of such a relationship is the same as the normal one, with the difference that the parent and child tables are the same table. creating a recursive relationship In the relationship edit window, you can see the same table as parent and child. recursive relation - editing window Recursive relation in the diagram: recursive relation in the diagram

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