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I'm a novice with databases generally, and FM in particular. I understand relationships in FM from a basic level. However, how to leverage them within FM, and how to set them up properly, is something I'm still learning. My relationship graph in the DB I'm creating, for instance, is a bit ugly. Further, design choices I made a few months ago are not the same that I'm making today. I'd like to accelerate the learning process by perhaps picking up a book, or reviewing another resource, regarding FM relationships. Do any such resources exist?
Fellow developers, a question I must ask (I'm sorry if this seem so unusual; my filemaker development is not the most common) I have a database of paragraphs. The idea being, each paragraph is a record, in a Table named Reference. The whole idea of this database, which has more tables but could work with just one, is to make a manual, a handbook for the company I work for. Let me give a example: we have a specific instruction on how to deal with taxes at importation. We create a record named: taxes at importation, and we related this record to another record in our self-related table (taxe