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Hi, anyone,

Please help!

My project is a Web Application. I only want to build relationship with the two tables for the application. But in the database I still keep the two tables without relationship .
So how to code?
Could you let me know.
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hi there.. what do you want to do?? A Sql will do the trick???

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Well I am sure there are a number of ways you could enforce a relationship between two attributes in an application, but the obvious go-to would be to use two instances of the DataTable class with a DataRelation.

Code:
Dim dt1 As New DataTable()
...define the columns or fill with data and auto define columns...
Dim dt2 As New DataTable()
...define the columns or fill with data and auto define columns...
Dim rel As New DataRelation("FK_Table1_Table2", dt1.Columns(0), dt2.Columns(0))
 


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