A READER ASKS: What Is A FileMaker TOG?

From Dwayne Wright PMP
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When a set of table occurrences are linked together as a functional unit, it may be referred to as a TOG (table occurrence group). This is quite common in relationships that use the Anchor / Buoy design method because no two base table occurrence have relationship lines that connect directly.

Here you can see groupings of table occurrences or TOGs.

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