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From BJ Freeman <bjf...@free-man.net>
Subject Re: Building a New Website Using "ecommerce"
Date Fri, 06 Aug 2010 15:30:13 GMT
A restruant is a facility so you would add a facility type for it.
you can associate a party to a facitility with current code and ui. this 
lets then list all the restruants they go to.
you can have a partyrelationship role of FavoriteRestruant.



OfBizSuds sent the following on 8/6/2010 6:20 AM:
>
> Thanks again Raj. I think I can achieve my application specific requirement
> using the existing Data Model itself.
>
> But I am running into some problem. Hopefully someone can help me.
>
> My requirement is that for every user I need to save their favorite
> restaurant. In order to try out the back end I did the following.
>
> So I
> * created a user from ecommerce app - got created with PartyId = 10000
>
> Then, through webtools I
> * created an entry "RESTAURANT" in PartyType
> * added a sample restaurant called "RESTAURANT1" to Party table with
> PartyType = "RESTAURANT"
> * created an entry "RESTAURANT" in RoleType
> * created an entry "RESTAURANT1" to PartyRole table with RoleType =
> "RESTAURANT"
> * created an entry "FAVORITE_RESTAURANT" in PartyRelationshipType table
>
> These went fine but the following is causing a problem
> * on trying to create an entry in PartyRelationship for PartyIdFrom = 10000;
> PartyIdTo = "RESTAURANT1";
> roleTypeIdFrom = "PERSON"; roleTypeIdTo = "RESTAURANT";
> partyRelationshipTypeId = "FAVORITE_RESTAURANT"
>
> This is the error message
>
> For Entity: PartyRelationship
> With PK: [GenericEntity:PartyRelationship][fromDate,2010-07-03
> 11:16:29.0(java.sql.Timestamp)][partyIdFrom,10000(java.lang.String)][partyIdTo,RESTAURANT1(java.lang.String)][roleTypeIdFrom,PERSON(java.lang.String)][roleTypeIdTo,RESTAURANT(java.lang.String)]
>
> Any ideas??
>

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