Subject: RE: Implementing a many-to-many
relationship using bindings and an NSTableView
I've taken a good look at mmalc's ToManyCheckbox example (thank you for
I'd like some confirmation on what I believe to be true after the research
I've done so far to make sure I didn't miss something.
Given: Entity A and Entity B have a many-to-many relationship with each
other, an NSTableView with a popup button to select appropriate Entity Bs
for Entity A will be used for an interface from Entity A's point of view.
To implement the proposed interface, one cannot solely use bindings to
accomplish this w/o modeling the intermediary join table. The relationship
management is instead accomplished via code (through NSSets and so on as per
Is this correct thinking?
Peace, Love, and Light,
/s/ Jon C. Munson II
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> bounces+jmunson=his.com@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Jon C. Munson II
> Sent: Thursday, March 26, 2009 9:36 AM
> To: 'Melissa J. Turner'
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> Subject: RE: Implementing a many-to-many ("reflexive") relationship using
> bindings and an NSTableView
> [Jon C. Munson II] OK. Benjamin Stiglitz responded suggesting I take a
> look at the ToManyCheckbox example on mmalc's page, so I'll do that and
> if that clarifies things. Also, I noticed in the iClass example that code
> is used to support the relationship and so on. Is that the recommended
> "template" implementation to support this type of relation?
> The purpose of the iClass example is to demonstrate how to construct and
> maintain relati...
onships between objects in different persistent stores.
> Anything not required for that particular task is mostly an example of how
> to hack an example together in an afternoon under a deadline ;-)
> [Jon C. Munson II] Is there then a more discrete example that illustrates
> interface such as I'm attempting to implement? If not, is there a way to
> request one?
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