Enlist some entity states supported in Entity Framework?

Sharad Jaiswal
Sharad Jaiswal

Posted On: Feb 22, 2018

 

An Entity may be in one of the five states mentioned below:

  • Unchanged: The Entity happens to be traced by the factors and subsist in the Database. Its property worth remains unchanged from the worth of the Database.
  • Deleted: The Entity happens to be traced by the factors and subsist in the Database but remains spotted for deletion from the Database for the later period when SaveChanges is summoned.
  • Modified: The Entity happens to be traced by the factors and subsist in the Database and all or some of its property worth remains modified.
  • Added: The Entity happens to be traced by the factors but doesn't subsist in the Database.
  • Detached: The Entity happens to be untraceable by the factors.

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