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A multi-value link is based on a link object definition; the link is referenced in the Destination Link property of the Multi Value Link object definition. It is the link object definition that specifies the one-to-many relationship between the master and detail business components. The multi-value link object definition performs two roles:
The object types illustrated in Figure 43 participate in the configuration of a multi-value link.
The object type box in the diagram labeled (Multi Value) Field indicates that either field or multi-value field is correct for referring to this object type in this context. Multi Value Field is a distinct object type, but only in the sense that it can be accessed in the Object Explorer. It is only a representation of the Field object type. Multi-value fields are those fields that have a nonblank Multi Value Link property and a Multi Valued property value of TRUE; all other fields are single-value fields.
The details of the object definition relationships appear in Figure 44.
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