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Association: RiskTaskAssociation_RelatedProject (ProjectData service)

Office 2013

Last modified: June 14, 2012

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Parent element
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The RiskTaskAssociation_RelatedProject association relates risk task association to a related project.

<Association Name="RiskTaskAssociation_RelatedProject">
  <End Type="ReportingData.RiskTaskAssociation" Role="RiskTaskAssociation" Multiplicity="*" />
  <End Type="ReportingData.Project" Role="RelatedProject" Multiplicity="0..1" />
</Association>

Attribute

Value

Description

Name

RiskTaskAssociation_RelatedProject

Identifies the two entity types that form the RiskTaskAssociation_RelatedProject association.

Element

Description

Schema element: ReportingData

The schema for the reporting data in the ProjectData service.

The RiskTaskAssociation_RelatedProject association element contains two End elements that represent opposite ends of the association. The Role attribute is a lookup key that enables a navigational property to specify the direction in the association. The Multiplicity attribute refers to the entity type. Multiplicity indicates the number of entities that can be related at each end of the association: zero or one (0..1), or many (*). The Microsoft .NET implementation of OData uses 0..1 when the navigational property points to a single entity, rather than to an entity set.

Attributes of the End elements for the RiskTaskAssociation_RelatedProject association

Role

Type

Multiplicity

Description

RiskTaskAssociation

EntityType element: RiskTaskAssociation

*

The collection of risk task associations in the reporting tables.

RelatedProject

EntityType element: Project

0..1

The related project that is referenced in the RiskTaskAssociation_RelatedProject association.

The RelatedProject navigation property in the RiskTaskAssociation entity uses the RiskTaskAssociation_RelatedProject association to query for a related project that is associated with a collection of risk task associations.

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