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Devendra@SFDC

# New To Development

Hi,

In a master-child relationship between a standard object and custom object. Which of the following statements in NOT true.

a) Standard object is always master

b) Custom object is always master

c) Custom object is always child

d) Standard and Custom object can be a master

e) Standard object is never a child﻿

Which two options can be selected for this question?

Thanks and Regards,

Devendra S

nylon

I'd randomly choose two from a, b, c and e if I were you.

Sridhar Bonagiri

Hi,

The options a,e are correct.

nylon

oops I took it wrong. plz forget it.

QuickDEV

There is no difference between statements: (a) & (e).

So the answer is :  a,e & d.  Options: a,d, e are all TRUE.

Devendra@SFDC

Hi,

I think option b) and d) are correct. As the question says "Which of the following statements  NOT true.﻿"

There is a master-child relationship between standard and custom object.

b) Custom object is always master﻿ : If there is standard object, then Custom object has to be child.

d)  Standard and Custom object can be a master﻿ : If you have standard and custom object, then Standard object can become Parent. Custom object can never become Parent.

This was my thinking behind this question.

Let me know if i am wrong in this case.

Thanks and Regards,

Devendra S

Starz26

I would have to say:

b AND c

Rationale:

a:) If false, then e would have to be false as well which would make c wrong as well, can only pick 2 (besides, standard onjects can never be child)

b:) If True then a is false, c is false, and d is false, can only pick two (besides, this would make for a difficult use model)

c:) If true then, b is false, d is false. This could be right but we know use case would be prohibitive...

d:) if false, then c, and e would have to be false as well.

e:) if false then a, b, and d would be false.

Rationale may be off, late at night, but.....

The only answers that make sense and in practice are correct are B and C being NOT true.

Starz26

Devendra@SFDC wrote:

d)  Standard and Custom object can be a master﻿ : If you have standard and custom object, then Standard object can become Parent. Custom object can never become Parent.

You are assuming the answer is talking about a standard - custom relationship. What about in a custom - custom relationship, in this case custom can become parent and thus makes D true.
Devendra@SFDC

Hi Startz26,

Here the question speaks about standard-custom relationship. Therefore custom object can not become master.

If it is Custom-Custom relationship then , Custom object can become master.

Therefore i have selected B and D options as correct,

Thanks and Regards,

Devendra S

Starz26

So true....I neglected to read the question in detail :)

Anant Kamat

Hi Devendra,

b) Custom object is always master

d) Standard and Custom object can be a master

Thanks,

Anant

Bhanuprakash A 5

b) Custom object is always master  - not true because std obj can also be master
c) Custom object is always child     - not true because custom object can also be master