How to map a uni-directional one-to-one relationship using NHibernate 2 Fluently in Linq To Nhibernate

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asked Mar 16, 2016 by Guv145mull (1,980 points)
Can someone tell me why is this folder generated. I am working with existing data on large system using NHibernate 2 with Fluent mapping. Thanks very much in advance

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answered Jun 3, 2016 by shellhor (590 points)
selected Jun 5, 2016 by JbeWhich
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FluentNHibernate configuration, Not Supported Exception at DBConnection.
The enum is currently mapping by string, but it needs to be int.
Our object model no longer Automaps properly with v. Need help reproducing Fluent NHibernate automapping bug in v.
commented Jun 3, 2016 by Zavaleta_to (190 points)
More information can be found here
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answered Apr 16, 2016 by zrnOf (590 points)
And at the same time use automapping.
Bit of an NHibernate noob.
commented Apr 17, 2016 by fhc_the (1,360 points)
Id BowlerTypeId : int not null foreign key referencing BowlerType
commented Apr 17, 2016 by Guralso (200 points)
There is an article that I wrote on this very subject a few years ago. See here for more info
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answered Jun 3, 2016 by blame (200 points)
An association from the table X refers to an unmapped class: System.
All the Orchard tables are mapped by NHibernate.
Ignore Base A() to not map A and map all properties of.
You can find my slides, code, and audio recording at
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answered Jun 3, 2016 by brutschAn (1,060 points)
I need to do something like this I ended up going with the following solution
Take a look at this Fluent NHibernate - Map 2 Identical classes to same table has various examples
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answered Jun 3, 2016 by Intentiona (150 points)
Check out here NHibernate, property implements interface, can we populate ...
This also works nice with the struts framework
commented Jun 3, 2016 by loehrs_Cr (960 points)
Probably this will not matter in most cases

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