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The word inverse in a Bidirectional Relationships

Ravi Kiran Va
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Hi

This is about Entity Relationships in Entity when using ORM

Direction in Entity Relationships
The direction of a relationship can be either bidirectional or unidirectional. A bidirectional relationship has both an owning side and an inverse side.


Please tell me what does the author mean by and an inverse side in the above line .


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Jaikiran Pai
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Please tell me what does the author mean by and an inverse side in the above line

Here's a good explanation.


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