I am trying to map a relationship between Articles and the Photos that belong to them using RestKit. Both objects get stored properly when requesting the resource, but it seems the relationship does not persist. In fact, the Article model seems to not even respond to the Photos selector (This may be the 'duh' spot, but I will provide full code to be through).
I've provided all code in a gist, as I find it easier to look through and format then on StackOverflow. Sorry if this is actually an inconvenience.
And here is the image of the core data model and the relationships set up (sorry, I had to combine them since I can only post 2 hyperlinks currently):
Everything seems to be working properlly except the relationship between the objects when I try to access photos via anArticle.photos. The selector is unrecognized. I set up a convience method in the Photo model to return all photos with a matching article ID, but I feel this is an un-ideal solution as it sort of removes the whole idea of creating a relationship.
I feel there may be something simple I am missing and any help would be greatly appreciated.
So of course it was a "Duh" error. After some help from a local developer, he pointed out that my Photos variable in my Article.h file was an NSArray, and needed to be changed to an NSSet to store objects mapped by RestKit.