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  1. Mauro
    Mauro avatar
    2 posts
    17 Feb 2014
    17 Mar 2014
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    Hi All,

     I need to create a Custom Module in Visual  Studio using the template "Sitefinity Custom Module" with several Content Types and I need to set different "One To Many" relationships between them. Do you know if there is a way to implement this?. 

    Thanks in advance!

  2. Ivan Georgiev | Sitefin1ty
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    24 Sep 2012
    20 Mar 2014
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    Thank you for using our services. You can create a custom module with Thunder very easily. I think that the right configuration for you should be to use Open Access from the options that Thunder gives you. You can find more information on how to create custom module with Thunder in the Thunder start page which is shown in Visual Studio after you install Thunder. There are videos and documentation there how to do it. If you need One to Many relationships in your project you can use all the power of Open Access. Here is a documentation on that
    Hope that this helps. Write us back if you need more help on that.

    Ivan Georgiev | Sitefin1ty
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