Provides access to members that are used to set up joins.
This interface is used to to manage joins on a layer.
|DisplayRelationshipClass||Sets a join based on the specified relationship class and join type.|
|JoinType||Join type for the most recent join performed.|
|RelationshipClass||Relationship class that defines how the tables are joined.|
CoClasses that implement IDisplayRelationshipClass
|CoClasses and Classes||Description|
|CadAnnotationLayer||An Esri Cad annotation layer.|
|CadastralFabricSubLayer||Cadastral Fabric Feature Layer Object.|
|CadFeatureLayer||Esri CAD Feature Layer class.|
|CoverageAnnotationLayer||An Esri coverage annotation layer.|
|DimensionLayer||A collection of properties for a dimension layer.|
|FDOGraphicsLayer||A collection of properties for an annotation layer (feature data object graphics layer).|
|FeatureLayer||A collection of features and their visual representation.|
|GdbRasterCatalogLayer||Geodabase RasterCatalog source and display options.|
|MADtedLayer (esriDefenseSolutions)||A layer used to control the display of MA DTED Catalogs.|
|MARasterLayer (esriDefenseSolutions)||A layer used to control the display of MA RPF Catalogs.|
|RasterLayer||Raster layer source and display options.|
|StandaloneTable||A standalone table.|
ArcMap provides two ways to associate data stored in tables with the features in the layer: joins and relates.
When you join a table to the layer’s attribute table, you append the fields from the table to the layer’s table. Joins can be used for one-to one or many-to-one relationships between a layer and a table.
Relating the layer’s table with another table defines a relationship between the two tables, but it doesn’t append the fields of the table to the layer’s table. Relates can be used for one-to-many or many-to-many relationships between a layer and a table.