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I have an MVC-application that is going to drag reports from some SQL-server tables. The one table that consists the largest amount of data has no primary key, since all columns can have NULL values. I've been using Entity framework 4.0 to run my stored procedures so far, and it's been working just fine. Is it possible to include this table that has no PK into the model in some way? Some way to go around this? I really don't want to use the ADO-objects to solve this problem.

Thanks in advance!
Posted 22-Nov-11 2:33am

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Solution 1

Add a primary key to the table, there is no reason to not have one.

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