Originally posted by PETER BERGOFF:
This is a question I posted a while ago and thought I'd try again to see if some REALLY smart person could give me a good answer. : )
While reviewing the class diagram in Cade's SCEA Study Guide in the case study (pg. 169):
Regarding the association between the classes Customer and CreditCard - why is the navigation arrow pointing towards Customer? Shouldn't the arrow point the other way (i.e. Customer has a reference to CreditCard). Why would the CreditCard class need a reference to Customer?
And also the same question regarding why the Order class has a navigation arrow pointing to Customer.
I'm not able to find really clear definitions and examples of how to use the association�s navigation arrow so if you know of any that would clear this up for me I would be very greatful.
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