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I’m looking for help with 1 to many relations. I tried Slack, but no response.
Are there any videos available?
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We have really good documentation about working with relations:
All videos are here https://www.youtube.com/@Backendless/videos. If there is no the one you are searching, thus it doesn’t exist, unfortunately.
P.s. could you, please, remove placeholders when write support request. Thanks.
Thanks for fast response.
Sorry about not removing placeholders.
Unfortunately it appears the documentation only covers 1 to 1 and I found no videos
I will have to wait.
Are you having a problem with the conceptual understanding or is there a specific question?
It’s mainly the conceptual understanding.
I’ve read documents and watched videos that diagram it.
Struggling not seeing it setup in something like Backendless. I know I’m a visual learner.
Thanks for asking.
Relations will be covered in great detail in the Database Training Course.
I recommend starting the course as the information we already shared is foundational for understanding what’s coming next.
I believe I’m over thinking this. I created a relational database for a Dr group some 30 years ago using a product called DataPerfect. I had to set up a field that was auto incrementing and set it as an index to keep each “patient” separate.
As I study Backendless more, you have already baked this into your system.
I don’t have to worry about keeping the records separate based on who created them your field of userId does that automatically.
Correct me if I’m wrong.
If you are talking about the Doctor-Patient relationship, it can be modeled as shown below:
patients column is a one-to-many relationship where for a single doctor you can have one or more patients.
I have reviewed about half the videos yesterday.
Actually in the Dr database all the patients belong to the group. So all I needed was to keep the patients separated for reporting purposes
In my project now I will have customers who will input lots of information about themselves. On some tables they will only have one record.
On others they will enter multiple records on that table.
But your system will keep all of a customer’s records on every table identifiable by you userId.
Every table contains entities of a specific kind. Therefore all patients should be stored in the
Patient table. If you need to add a concept of a group. it can be modeled like this:
Alternatively, you could have the
groupName column in the
Patient table that contains the group name.
Ok thanks. I may have more questions questions later.
If you will indulge me a minute.
Fifteen years ago I was trying another online drag and drop database system called InfoDome.
I started interacting with the CTO whos name was Mark. I learned his last name was Wozniak. Yep Steve’s brother. He shared some good stories about the beginning of Apple.