Bug #89530 Relationships not showing after reverse-engineer
Submitted: 5 Feb 2018 9:53 Modified: 5 Feb 2018 13:48
Reporter: Arthur Attout Email Updates:
Status: Verified Impact on me:
Category:MySQL Workbench: Modeling Severity:S3 (Non-critical)
Version:6.3 CE, 6.3.10 OS:Microsoft Windows
Assigned to: CPU Architecture:Any
Tags: relationships;lines

[5 Feb 2018 9:53] Arthur Attout
After reverse-engineering a MySQL script into MySQL Workbench, the relationships lines are not shown, even though they are referenced in each table's "FOREIGN KEY" tab, and the columns are valid. 

"Draw lines crossing" option is checked under relationships/connections.
Even stranger, if I manually create a relation using "place a relationship using existing columns" the line is not shown.

How to repeat:
- Choose File > import > Reverse engineer MYSQL create script
- Check 'place imported objects on diagram'
- Create a relationship using existing columns
[5 Feb 2018 10:03] Arthur Attout
I managed to import a SQL script and show the relationships BUT I had to create a new model BEFORE, and then import data in it, instead of using the option "Create EER model from Script". This seems to be a completely different bug.
[5 Feb 2018 11:58] MySQL Verification Team
Hello Arthur,

Thank you for the report.
I'm not seeing any issues with dummy test case, observed that relationships are properly mapped after importing. Could you please attach the script here to confirm the issue at our end? I assume that you are using latest GA WB build.

[5 Feb 2018 13:17] Arthur Attout
Hello ! 

Here is the file I have used

Here are the steps to reproduce the issue : 

Scenario with bug : 

On the main menu, in the "models" tab, use the arrow to show the options, and click "Create EER Model from script"
Check "place imported objects on a diagram"
Click Execute
The relationships are not shown


Scenario without bug :

Click "File > new model"
In the model tab, click "File > import > Reverse engineer MySQL Create Script"
Check "place imported objects on a diagram"
Click Execute
The relationships are successfully shown
[5 Feb 2018 13:48] MySQL Verification Team
Thank you for the requested details.
Verified as described.

[5 Feb 2018 13:48] MySQL Verification Team
Reduced sql script file

Attachment: bug.sql (application/octet-stream, text), 713 bytes.