Relationship Boundaries Each custom object can have up to two master-detail connections as well as several lookup relationships. Each relationship counts toward the maximum number of custom fields permitted. By default, the total relationship field, including lookup, can be 40. If you need more space, contact Salesforce Support to request an increase.
In Salesforce, several types of relationships between items dictate how they manage data deletion, sharing, and compulsory fields in page layouts.
When numerous records in one table are linked to several entries in another table, this is referred to as a many-to-many connection. A match field in each record of a join table holds the value of the primary keys of the two tables it connects. Each time you connect a record in one table to several records in another table, there are two ways to represent the relationship: As a single link from one table to many links in another table or as many links from one table to one link from another.
Salesforce allows you to construct the following sorts of associations between objects:
In Salesforce, an object relationship is a two-way association between two items. Custom relationship fields on an item are used to build relationships. This is done so that users may see and access associated data while viewing records. Salesforce has numerous distinct sorts of partnerships. Some example includes Account and Contact, Lead and Opportunity, and Product 2 Product. These relationships are defined by using the lookup field type, which allows for one item to be selected from a list of possible choices.
You can transform a master-detail relationship to a lookup relationship as long as the master object does not include any roll-up summary fields. A lookup relationship can be converted to a master-detail relationship, but only if the lookup field in all entries has a value. Otherwise, you get an error when trying to save the entry.
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An identifying relationship exists when the children's table cannot be uniquely identified without the help of its parent. This is most commonly seen when an intermediate table is established to resolve a many-to-many relationship. For example, if employees work for many companies and companies have many employees, then there is a one-to-many relationship between employees and companies. To create a unique identifier for employees, we need to know which company they work for; therefore, there is an identifying relationship between employees and companies.
In this case, we can identify employees by their employee number. If we also needed to identify companies, we could include the company name in our query. Since employee numbers are unique, this would be an identifying relationship.
Identifying relationships should not be confused with non-identifying relationships. In non-identifying relationships, all that needs to be known about each other is that they exist - no details or additional information is required. For example, if I want to find out how many students are in my school database, I would use a non-identifying relationship - simply put in some numbers for "students". Identifying relationships are different - in order to use them, we need to know more than just that two things relate to each other.