Displaying Multiple RI-Related Tables

Displaying more than one RI-related table on the screen takes two steps. First, from the RI/Edit screen, enter REL in the command line to display the RI/Edit: Related Table List screen. This lists all the tables that have a referential integrity relationship with the displayed table. Second, choose the tables to include in the display when returning to the RI/Edit screen. Due to the size of the display area of different monitors, the number of rows displayed initially depends on the number of selected tables.
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Displaying more than one RI-related table on the screen takes two steps:
  1. First, from the RI/Edit screen, enter
    REL
    in the command line to display the RI/Edit: Related Table List screen. This lists all the tables that have a referential integrity relationship with the displayed table.
  2. Second, choose the tables to include in the display when returning to the RI/Edit screen. Due to the size of the display area of different monitors, the number of rows displayed initially depends on the number of selected tables.
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Press Enter to add the tables to any that are already displayed on the RI/Edit screen with the Current Table. The header fields on this screen are for display only.
For information about the fields, press F1 (Help).
When tables have been selected to display along with the Current Table, press Enter. The RI/Edit screen appears again, displaying the base table and the selected tables.
By making another table the current table, and then selecting additional tables from the Related Table List screen, more related tables can quickly be displayed and identified.
For information about the fields, press F1 (Help).
RI Editor automatically adjusts the number of rows for each table's display area based on the number of chosen tables. The display can be adjusted further by using the RI/Edit: Display Control screen discussed in the next section.