Public Sub AddIndividualRelationship()
''This example will add an individual Sister relationship to constituent Robert Hernandez
''with a a reciprocal relationship of Brother

  Dim oRec As CRecord
  Dim lID As Long
  Dim oRelation As CRecord
  Dim oInd As CIndividual2

  Set oRec = New CRecord
  oRec.Init REApplication.SessionContext

  'load Robert Hernandez in sample data
  oRec.Load 280

  'create a new relationship record
  Set oRelation = New CRecord
  With oRelation
      .Init REApplication.SessionContext
      .Fields(RECORDS_fld_IS_CONSTITUENT) = False
      .Fields(RECORDS_fld_LAST_NAME) = "Hernandez"
      .Fields(RECORDS_fld_FIRST_NAME) = "Jane"
      .Fields(RECORDS_fld_TITLE_1) = "Mrs."

      lID = oRelation.Fields(RECORDS_fld_ID)
   End With

   'add Relationship to constituent
   Set oInd = New CIndividual2
   oInd.Init REApplication.SessionContext

   With oInd
       .Fields(INDIVIDUAL2_fld_CONSTIT_ID) = oRec.Fields(RECORDS_fld_ID)
       .Fields(INDIVIDUAL2_fld_RELATION_ID) = lID
       .Fields(INDIVIDUAL2_fld_RECIP_RELATION_CODE) = "Brother"
       .Fields(INDIVIDUAL2_fld_RELATION_CODE) = "Sister"
   End With

   Set oRec = Nothing
   Set oInd = Nothing
   Set oRelation = Nothing

End Sub

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