Remove a relationship in the catalog

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liljenstolpe
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Remove a relationship in the catalog

Post by liljenstolpe » 05 Jan 16 21:11

Greetings,

I was experimenting with "relationships" in the catalog, and would now like to delete some experimental relationships that I created. However, there is no option to do so (that I have found). When I right-click on a relationship, I get the ability to edit it, but no option to delete it. Any ideas?

OSX version, if that makes any difference.

Christopher

Mike Buckley
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Re: Remove a relationship in the catalog

Post by Mike Buckley » 05 Jan 16 21:34

Click the black arrow located to the left of one of the pertinent labels to display its relationship. Select and delete that relationship using the Delete key. Do the same with the other pertinent label.

Hert
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Re: Remove a relationship in the catalog

Post by Hert » 05 Jan 16 23:20

In addition to Mike's reply...most Mac keyboards don't have a delete key (though a few do). The typical Mac keyboard stroke for a delete operation is Cmd-Bksp and that also works in PSU
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dino
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Re: Remove a relationship in the catalog

Post by dino » 20 Jan 17 14:35

Hello
Mike's tip didn't work in my PSU (build 3.3.0.2598 64bit, Win10) ... where is this black arrow left of the relationship? ...behind the blue one? ... perhaps i need better glasses to find it ... TIA for any successful hint

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Hert
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Re: Remove a relationship in the catalog

Post by Hert » 21 Jan 17 7:13

You already expanded the black arrow (left of the label name).

Right click on the relationship->delete
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Re: Remove a relationship in the catalog

Post by dino » 21 Jan 17 17:25

Hert
thx for your fast response ... right click on relationship opens menu without any delete option (s. attached Pic) ... also delete key in this situation didn`t work ... is it correct to click on the blue arrow or on the underlined line (e.g. "Stefanie [Ehefrau]) below the label "David" ... or is the relationship shown somewhere else?
Sorry for my unqualified question
greetings from a newbie
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weidmic
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Re: Remove a relationship in the catalog

Post by weidmic » 21 Jan 17 18:06

Dino,

I think you need to go into "edit relationship" and hit the "x" in the fields "as" and "to"
I am not going to try that in with my DB but I think that is the obvious thing to do...

Let us know if that works.

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Michael
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dino
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Re: Remove a relationship in the catalog

Post by dino » 21 Jan 17 19:13

Michael,
unfortunately not ... got an info window: "no relationship roles entered"
anyway thx

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Re: Remove a relationship in the catalog

Post by weidmic » 21 Jan 17 19:47

I just gave it a try...

It works this way:
click on the relationship once and then hit the delete key...

See attached screenshot

I hope that helps
Michael

PS: if you ever asnwered "no" and clicked "Don't ask me again" then you might have to reset the Don't ask me again questions in the help menu!
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Re: Remove a relationship in the catalog

Post by dino » 22 Jan 17 8:16

Michael,
yahoo, it worked ... than you so much.
greetings
dino aka Gerhard

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