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[Castor] Mapping and inheritance

silvin pedcervo

Joined: Mar 21, 2004
Posts: 4
I've played with a simple example with Castor and i must say it's a really nice tool imho. Now, i'm wondering about the way to use inheritance with it.
Let's say I've got :
- a base Question class
- QuestionA, QuestionB classes that inherits from the simple Question class
- a Questionnaire class, object of that class contains sthg like a Vector of Question objects that can be instances of either QuestionA or QuestionB.
Any idea?
I hope this is not a too dumb question, if so, all my apologizes.
Thanks a lot in advance
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