When displaying the information of an arbitrary model, when opening the "Related Diagram" tab, a related diagram centered on that model is displayed.
The model is located at the center of the figure.What is placed on top of it is the model you see yourself.
In addition, at the bottom of the figure, the model that refers to itself is shown.
In Figure 2, double-click on another model, the model will be centered this time.
Models related to the top and bottom are placed around the selected model.
When you select the "Related Diagram" tab in the model list, first select the model that holds the relation by scanning from the top.
Foreign key relationships are indicated by straight lines.(In Figure 7, the company model and the office model are in a foreign key relationship.)
Models (such as juser) included in the System tab are excluded from display.
This function can not display all models at once.We are restricting related charts centered on certain models.This prevents the problem that the drawing drawn becomes difficult to see by this.