You can insert a Relationships proxy in the topics where you want links to appear in the output, using the information contained in your relationship table(s).
- Open the content file (e.g., topic, snippet).
- Place your cursor where you want to insert the link (usually at the bottom of the topic).
- Select the Insert ribbon. In the Proxy section select Proxy > Relationships Proxy.
The Relationships Proxy dialog opens.
(Optional) In the field labeled Stylesheet class for proxy, you can select a class to affect the look of the relationship link.
You might create and use a proxy style class, for example, if you want to use a border special border above the relationship links in the output. If you do not select a class from this field, the generated link will use the style settings from the parent MadCap|relationshipsProxy style. You have the option of creating a class for this proxy style in the Stylesheet Editor. To do this, select the MadCap|relationshipsProxy style and in the local toolbar click Add Selector to create a class. The class will then be available from this field.
- Click OK. The proxy is added to the topic.
- Click to save your work.
An optional step is that you can modify the look of relationship links through the use of styles. See Editing Relationship Link Styles.
If you have created relationship tables in your project, you need to tell Flare which tables to use for which targets. See Associating Relationship Tables with Targets.