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Get table relations using DbConnection.GetSchema

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Hi...

Is it possible to get the tables relations using the DbConnection.GetSchema?

I'm able to get everything else I need except the relations.

I can list the foreignkeys using: Connection.GetSchema("ForeignKeys");

And the available options I think I have are:
MetaDataCollections
DataSourceInformation
DataTypes
Restrictions
ReservedWords
Users
Databases
Tables
Columns
StructuredTypeMembers
Views
ViewColumns
ProcedureParameters
Procedures
ForeignKeys
IndexColumns
Indexes
UserDefinedTypes


Is it possible?

Thanks,
Alex
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