Mapping

This figure illustrates what occurs in the mapping layer. The yellow lines show the mapping. Note, however, that the mapping lines do not connect directly to the color swatch objects. This represents that the join involving the "Size Color" table is creating the reference from the size objects to the color swatch objects. For more details on mapping, see related content below. Also see using existing relational schema to define objects.

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