Hi Dennis Gundersen,
IList<> is an interface and thereby you cannot instantiate it. It just declares what properties / methods should be defined in the classes that implement it. What you should do instead, is to create an instance of a class that implements that interface. In your example, the second line is what you need.
And yes, in most cases it is useful to have an inverse reference and not only a collection at one of the relation ends. To make sure that your Person.Addresses and Address.Person properties are synchronized (represent the same relation), you should open the Forward mapping wizard, select the addresses
field in the treeview and choose the person
field in the Inverse Field
combobox. Hope that helps.
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