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Creating One-to-Many (1:M) Links

In a one-to-many link, you define the child business component and the destination field (the foreign key to the parent) of that business component. You also define the parent business component and the source field of that business component. If the source field is not defined, it defaults to the parent business component's ID. An example of this type of link is the Account/Account Note link. One Account has can have many note records. The ID (source field) of the parent Account record is stored in the Account Id (destination field) field of the Note record.

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 Published: 18 April 2003