A big differentiator between GroverDB and other databases is the ability in GroverDB to create multiple, complex connections between data, just like in real life. For example, a person is an employee of a company, a person attended an event, or a customer bought a product. However, a person may have attended an event and also bought a product. Both of these connections can be easily created. Connections are created and viewed in the Connection Viewer.
In the Browse View, right click on one of the Objects you’d like to connect. In the Object Preview, select the Connection Viewer icon.
This will open the Connection Viewer page. Once the Connection Viewer is open, use the QuickSearch bar to find the second Object you’d like to connect. Select this Object and it will appear in the Connection Viewer page.
To create the connection, first decide the direction of the connection. Connections are defined using real language terms, like “Mary is an employee of Acme”. Hover over the first Object (Mary) and select the Create Connection button.
This opens the Connection popup window where you can select the Connection Type (Employee). Then, drag the connection line to the second Object (Acme).