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Any way to have the relationships automatically careated in sql 2005?

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Hi, I converted a mysql database into sql 2005 starndard db.  However, no relationships were converted or came with it.  is there a way for automatically creating the relationships for this database based on the same column name that match a primary key in another table?  Thanks.
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no way in sql server.

If you have Erwin data modeler, then you can reverse engineer it.
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Thank you.  It's good to know.
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