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Default How to build relationship for the two talbles pro

Hi, anyone,

Please help?

If there are not relationship for the two talbles in the database , but I only want to build relationship for the two tables in my project, it is not for in the database.
How ?

Thanks.

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You can use DataSet object for this purpose but there must be a field with same datatype and must contain relevent values.

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Ali Irfan





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