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How does a Data Dictionary Meta-Diagram looks like? Are there any site that I can find some example of the diagram?
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You have the relationships screen where the relations can be defined by connecting tables.
And you can use the Tools/Analyze/Documenter to report on the created objects.

Is that what you need ?

Nic;o)
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