In the Issues table, which is the main table, I want to maintain referential integrity and be able to join multiple Defects_DCRs to one issue and/or multiple RFCs to one issue. With the current structure, I'm not sure where to place the intervening join tables or if one of the current tables, possibly the Issues table, should be the join table.
I've seen articles on this, but couldn't find one during a half hour to an hour of searching. I suppose I wasn't using the right key words. If you would also explain the logic behind the solution in a step by step format, that would help me better understand for future reference. Thank you! RFCsTest1.accdb
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