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Relation between "patient and medication"

 
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Hi Richard,

1st Congratulation for your book EJB 3.1 Cookbook, It's a good book and useful for beginner like me. And the way you manage as recipe make me more interested because I like to cook
My question is about "Relation between patient and medication" in one the book mention: one-to-many relationship, may I know the reason why? Thanks.

 
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Eva,

I am glad that you enjoy the book. The one-to-many relationship used between a patient and a medication was used for illustration purposes only. You can have a many-to-many relationship also. I hope this answered your question.
 
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Hi Richard,

I got it. Thank you for the answer. Good luck for your book and the next one too
 
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