App::DBCritic::Policy::BidirectionalRelationship - Check for missing bidirectional relationships in ResultSources
use App::DBCritic; my $critic = App::DBCritic->new( dsn => 'dbi:Oracle:HR', username => 'scott', password => 'tiger'); $critic->critique();
This policy returns a violation if one or more of a DBIx::Class::ResultSource's relationships does not have a corresponding reverse relationship in the other class.
"Missing bidirectional relationship"
"Related tables should have relationships defined in both classes."
This policy applies to ResultSources.
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