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Re: Scenario 5: Modelling the Buyer to Sales transaction relationship
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Keeping in mind that every order has a single buyer, but every buyer (Recipient) can have multiple orders, you would define the link in the order schema. Most relationships are 1:1 in one direction and 1:M in the reverse direction. You define the link in the 1:1 "direction". This has been done with neo:order. The reverse link (revlink) is generated (and can be viewed in the Preview) but not stored in the database as shown in the nms:recipient schema Preview: To define a true M:M relationship ...

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It depends where the workflow is paused. The event variables will be available from any activity that has executed.

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Good question! Actually, the name of the worktable is one of the event variables. You can see them by clicking on the the 'Display the tasks and log' icon. Then go to the Tasks tab and double-click on an activity or select it and click on Detail. Then go to the Variables tab - a bit nested I agree! It will show you the event variables output by that activity. Here is an example of the event variables following a Query, that I took from one of your workflows:

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I think you mean that the Recipient data is partitioned into different folders. All recipient records are residing in the same Table in the database. But they can belong to different folders. And yes it would be good to create a view.

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Thanks - it worked!

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