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myexamcloud , mock exam 2 about ManyToMany

 
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In myexamcloud, mock 2


Which of the following statements are true about bidirectional relationships?
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D. For many-to-many bidirectional relationships either side may be the owning side.



I think we still need to define which entity is the owner and which one is the being owned.
For example, Order is the owner and Customer is being owned.:

 
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Correct, otherwise we will get two unidirectional ManyToMany relationships.
 
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