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How to add phrasings to a relationship

SQL Server 2000

Phrasings are a way of expressing relationships among entities. When considering a phrasing type, select the phrasings that most closely reflect how users are likely to ask their questions.

To add phrasing to a relationship

  1. On the Semantics tab, expand Semantic Objects.

  2. Expand Relationships, right-click the relationship to which the phrasing is to be added, and click Add Phrasing.

  3. In the Select Phrasing dialog box, double-click a phrasing type.

  4. In the dialog box specific to the phrasing type, choose the phrasing structure, and click OK.

  5. Check the Relationship/New Relationship dialog box to make sure that the desired phrasing is listed at the bottom of the dialog box.

See Also

Adjective Phrasing Dialog Box

Grouped Phrasings Examples

Model Editor

Name/ID Phrasing Dialog Box

Preposition Phrasing Dialog Box

Select Phrasing Dialog Box

Semantics Tab (Model Editor)

Subset Phrasing Dialog Box

Trait Phrasing Dialog Box

Verb Phrasing Dialog Box

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