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Category: 2020 anime OVAs Category: Action anime and manga Category: Aniplex Category: Manga-related lists Category: Porn anime and mangaQ: Core Data updating model with a bulk-insert of new data I have a simple Core Data model that includes a column for a "isActive" attribute. The isActive attribute is a Boolean attribute and should be initialized to false by the app. I also have another table that includes a column for a user id and I'm using a bridging header to connect them. When the app starts it loads data from a json file and assigns this data to the object with the userId. Then the user can change the data and save it to Core Data. My question is, will the change to the user object actually save the new data to the model if I use the following method? NSEntityDescription *entity = [NSEntityDescription entityForName:@"Settings" inManagedObjectContext:self.managedObjectContext]; NSManagedObject *settings = [[NSManagedObject alloc] initWithEntity:entity insertIntoManagedObjectContext:self.managedObjectContext]; [settings setValue:[NSNumber numberWithBool:true] forKey:@"isActive"]; NSError *error = nil; [self.managedObjectContext save:&error]; I'm pretty new to iOS and Core Data so any help would be appreciated. Thanks! A: You are doing this in a wrong way. Why do you need an Entity in your model? You have an entity with only one property. Change the attribute and save the data. If you want to have a model where the user can change the settings, you need to create a to-many relationship from user to setting (e.g. one-to-many). The user should be the parent entity and the settings should be the children. In this case you would create a NSManagedObject subclass that you create for the user entity and add the settings relationship. The same goes for the other way around, the settings entity should have a user property. Minerals and related bioactive constituents in human milk from Benin. Human milk samples collected from 21 breast-feeding mothers of 7-15 mo of lactation age in the vicinity of Abomey-Calavi, in the









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