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comment Proper change-logging impossible with Entity Framework?
So I'd have to create a manually mapping for all many-to-many relationships, because I don't see a way to figure out what columns the foreign keys are in the relationship table.
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comment Proper change-logging impossible with Entity Framework?
@Craig Stuntz I know I can retrieve the relationships using that method, but then what? How do I figure out which columns were edited, or what the column values are? The Entity and EntityKey properties are null. CurrentValues just gives me the entities it relates to.
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comment Proper change-logging impossible with Entity Framework?
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comment Proper change-logging impossible with Entity Framework?
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comment Proper change-logging impossible with Entity Framework?
@Craig Stuntz How? I could not find any method to see what foregin keys belong to the relationship.
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comment Proper change-logging impossible with Entity Framework?
@TGnat According to this page it does not.
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comment Proper change-logging impossible with Entity Framework?
How would I get the information WHO changed the database using this method? I better extend my initial post by the scenario. :)
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