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Meet-in-the-middle mapping question

 
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Hi,
This is my db schema which looks like this:



So a staff (which is a teacher) can teach a specific subject (curriculum) to a specific class (class_id).

As you can see 'teaches' is the table where all the tables meet. I've tried the Dali tool and it did a pretty good job, by producing something like this (The 'Staff' entity, not entirely quoted, just the parts which have to do with 'teaches'):



But this makes problem when I want to persist a new Staff object, which 'teaches' a specific subject (year, class, subject_id) to a specific class_id, because it doesn't know which class_id with which subject go together. Could you please help me with a better solution for this?

Help is appreciated

Thanks in advance,
tomor
 
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