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Many to many relationship problem

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I have three tables and want to create a many-to-many relationship between them. The main table [PHOTO] has a composite primary key

This can't be done, though. The relationship between [Photo_motivetype] and [Motivetype] is easy, but I get this message as I try to connect Photonr and Photonr2 in the tables [PHOTO] and [Photo_motivetype]

It feels like I'm missing something here. How can I do to establish this relationship?

Jan 14 '10 #1
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Try to post some more details like tables structure and expected relationship.
Feb 19 '10 #2

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I have a number of records with information about photos. Each one could correspond to zero or more motivetypes from the list.

A photo is identified by two integers, photonr and photonr2.

I want to use this relationship as if there was only a single primary key in the [photo] table instead of two.

One purpose with the relationship would be that when deleting a [photo] record, the corresponding record(s) in [Photo_motivetype] should also be deleted.
Feb 19 '10 #3

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