Perhaps I’m bing a bit thick and missing something obvious (possible),
I found the caveats listed in section 3.5 of the Associations Rails
worded and confusing.
The section gives an example with a has_many <-> belongs_to relationship
setup with inverse associations on both side, but then states the
caveat*“For belongs_to associations, has_many inverse associations are
Could someone actually explain what that means in concrete terms? The
example and the caveat appear to be contradictory. If the caveat is
then I’m not sure I understand how the example works.