Posted by: Matthew | February 4, 2008

Read inserted Id from LINQ entity

LINQ really does require a different mindset at times. I came across the following post when I was trying to find out how to read the Id (Primary Key) of an entity that I had just inserted into the database.

http://blog.jemm.net/articles/databases/how-to-common-data-patterns-with-linq-to-sql/

 The answer is to simply read the property from your entity object directly after calling “SubmitChanges()”:

Read the Id of an entity after insert

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  2. Great. I start to like Linq more and more

  3. It’s realy simply! thanks for information!
    I like LINQ!

  4. Wow, thats really convenient! that simplifies my problem a lot. Thanks!

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  6. this was my problem since a long time. This is a great post. Thanks a lot Matthew.

  7. Gracias Amigo!


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