Select the table tool again and place another table on the
canvas. Name this table
1:n Non-Identifying Relationship
First, click the
invoice_item table; notice
that a red border indicates that this table is selected. Next,
invoice table. This creates a
foreign key in the
invoice_item table, the
table on the “many” side of the relationship. This
relationship between the two tables is shown graphically in
crow's foot notation.
Revert to the default mouse pointer by clicking the arrow at the
top of the vertical toolbar. Click on the
invoice_item table and select the
Foreign keys tab.
Click the Foreign key Name field. The referenced table should show in the Referenced Table column and the appropriate column in the Referenced Column column.
To delete the relationship between two tables, click the line joining the tables and then press Control+Delete.
Experiment with the other tools on the vertical toolbar. Delete a relationship by selecting the eraser tool and clicking the line joining two tables. Create a view, add a text object, or add a layer.
Save your changes to a
MySQL Workbench Models
mwb extension) by choosing
Save from the File
menu or by using the keyboard command