My only outstanding question with this: If I’m calling ‘Submit Changes’ clearly I’m wanting to update some values and LINQ knows what classes (Tables) I’m working with at the time – So why is there no check to ensure that a PK is in place – Which should then result in an exception being thrown…answers on a comment please !Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Msdn Web site.
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Refreshing the page also solves the problem because the data is requeried from the database, updating the associated entity collections as well as the tables on the data context.
Original (left for context) What if you try assigning the associated entity instead of just its id?
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