Many to many mapping

  Consider a database database that has 3 tables.  One of these tables has 2 foreign keys which reference
the primary keys of the other 2 tables.

Does the default mapping change depending on whether the 3 tables constitute a many-to-many relationship
or if they do not.   If yes, could you give an example.

If the default mapping changes then this leads us down the path of passing information to the mapping
algorithm.  Clearly this is possible but it does complicate things.
All the best, Ashok

Received on Thursday, 4 November 2010 10:26:30 UTC