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-<h1>Create one-to-one mappings</h1>
-<p>Use a <span class="bold">One-to-One Mapping</span> to define a relationship from an attribute to another class, with one-to-one multiplicity to a database column. In the <a href="getting_started006.htm#BABIDCBA">Tutorial Object Model</a>, the <span class="bold">address</span> field of the <span class="bold">Employee</span> class has a one-to-one relationship to the <span class="bold">Address</span> class; each employee may have a single address.</p>
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-<p>Select the <span class="bold">Employee</span> entity in the Package Explorer view.</p>
-<p>In the <a href="ref_persistence_outline.htm#BABEGGFE">JPA Structure view</a>, select the <span class="bold">address</span> field of the <span class="bold">Employee</span> entity. The <a href="ref_persistence_map_view.htm#BABIFBAF">JPA Details view (for attributes)</a> displays the properties for the field.</p>
-<p>In the <span class="gui-object-title">Map As</span> field, select <span class="gui-object-action">One-to-One</span>.</p>
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-<p>For the Target Entity, click <span class="bold">Browse</span> and select the <span class="bold">Address</span> persistent entity. Dali adds the <code>@OneToOne(targetEntity=dali.tutorial.model.Address.class)</code> entity to the class.</p>
-<p>Leave the other fields with their default values.</p>
-<p>Select the <span class="bold">Override Default</span> option to specify the relationship between the Employee and Address entities. Because you had to explicitly define the ID field for the Address entity in its ID mapping, you will need to edit the default join relationship.</p>
-<p>Select the <span class="bold">address_ADDRESS_ID -&gt; ADDRESS_ID</span> relationship in the <span class="gui-object-title">Join Columns</span> area and click <span class="bold">Edit</span>.</p>
-<p>In the Edit Join Column dialog, select the following options and click <span class="bold">OK</span>.</p>
-<p>Name: <span class="bold">ADDR_ID</span> (from the EMPLOYEE table)</p>
-<p>Referenced Column Name: <span class="bold">ADDRESS_ID</span> (from the ADDRESS table)</p>
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-<p>In the JPA Structure, the <span class="bold">address</span> field is identified as a one-to-one mapping, as shown in the following figure:</p>
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-<img src="img/persistence_outline_address.png" alt="The address attribute of the Employee entity in the JPA Structure view." title="The address attribute of the Employee entity in the JPA Structure view." /><br /></div>
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-<p>Next, you will <a href="getting_started017.htm#BABBEHEG">Create one-to-many mappings</a>.</p>
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