Schema links - meaning of icons

ChantalR

23-05-2019

I'm looking for a description of each of the different icons that are used for representing the links between schemas. There is nothing in the Campaign Classic documentation that describes what the links represent. There is of course the 2 most obvious ones, which are the blue one-to-one link and the orange one-to-many link, but there are others that are less common. For example a grey link that looks like the one-to-one link, the blue and orange one-to-many link. Is there information somewhere in that provides the description of all the possible link types?

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ChantalR

24-05-2019

Hi Venu,

Thanks for that link, but it only describes the 1-1 and 1-N icons, which I mention in my original question are the more common ones and therefore, everyone knows what they mean. I'm looking for a full list of all the different icons, as David Garcia provided in an earlier response.

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As you can see, there are other icons that exist, like the grey 1-1 icon, and I can't find any description of what they mean. I get asked this question by learners all the time so I'm hoping someone has the answer and we can create a reference document with all their description.

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ChantalR

23-05-2019

Thank you Pierre, but this content does not contain the answer to my question.

I am looking for a description of each icon that represents the different types of links that are created between schemas.

pierrec70731455

23-05-2019

Hi,

you have this :

Link types.png

What do you mean by the grey ones? the single grey square a bit bigger? if so it is just an aggregation of fields from the same schema as the rest of the fields directly listed under the schema name.

Kind regards,

Pierre