Fluent NHibernate – HasMany().WithKeyColumnName


I just got the latest version of Fluent from Google code and it seems some of the mapping has changed since I last used it.

Previously I could Map a relationship using the following when the id I was joining on had a different name in the second table

HasMany(x => x.Roles).WithTableName("tbl_Roles").WithKeyColumn("RoleId");

How is done in the latest release of Fluent?


Best Solution

HasMany(x => x.Roles)

Multiple column support was added, so the method signature needed to be improved to make it clear what's happening.

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