Logical Data Modeling - One-to-Many cardinality

Data System Architecture


One-to-many is also known as :

  • to-many
  • Many-to-one
  • Primary Key-Foreign Key Relationships
  • Parent-Child

A many-to-one relationship is where one entity contains values that refer to another entity that has unique values. (ie group)

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