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Types of Relationships

The type of asset relationships that you see in the Relationships view depends on the asset that you open in the Relationships view.
The following table lists some of the types of asset relationships the you can see in the Relationships view:
Asset Type
Related Assets
Business Term
Related glossary assets, related technical assets, and classified assets.
The related glossary assets include categories, policies, and business terms.
The related technical assets include all the technical assets and data domains in the catalog.
The classified assets include all the assets that are grouped based on a business term that is assigned as a custom attribute to the assets.
Columns
Data domains, synonyms, similar columns, reports, users, and business term.
Composite Data Domains
Relational assets, files, users, and business term.
The relational assets include instances. Each instance contains tables and views on which the composite data domain is inferred.
The files include instances. Each instance contains CSV files, JSON files, XML files, and unstructured files on which the composite data domain is inferred.
Data Domains
Columns, data domain groups, fields, files tables, views, synonyms users, and business term.
The fields include CSV fields, JSON fields, and XML fields.
The files include CSV files, JSON files, and XML files.
Reports
Tables, views, users, files, and business term.
The files include CSV files, JSON files, and XML files.
Synonyms
Tables, views, data domains, users, and business term.
Tables
Views, synonyms, reports, users, other tables, data domains, and business term.
Users
Tables, views, reports, and business term.
Views
Tables, data domains, users, reports, synonyms, and business term.