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Greetings, my entity class looks like this:

C#
public class Foo 
{
   public virtual long ID { get; set; }
   public virtual string Name { get; set; }
   public virtual Foo2 Foo2 { get; set; }
}


And mapping for him:

C#
public class FooMap: ClassMap<Foo>
{
   public FooMap()
   {
      id(x=>x.ID);
      Map(x=>x.Name);
      
      References(x=>x.Foo2).Cascade.All;
   }
}



How can link it to the id, instead of an object?
Something like this:

C#
public class Foo 
{
   public virtual long ID { get; set; }
   public virtual string Name { get; set; }
   public virtual long Foo2ID { get; set; }
}



How can i achieve this?
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1 solution

Just use Map(x=>x.Foo2ID) then, but then you lose the cascade related functionality. Using Map(x=>x.Foo2ID) you just tell NHibernate to map to that column as if it was just like any other column.
 
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