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I have used a data validation in the code behind of edmx file of entity framework as:
[Range(1, 5, ErrorMessage = "Enter a value between 1 and 5")]
public global::System.Decimal UnitPrice
                return _UnitPrice;
                _UnitPrice = StructuralObject.SetValidValue(value);
When I use this entity on consuming application then it does not check the range validation.
Posted 27-Aug-12 23:33pm

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Solution 1

To achieve this you have to create a 2nd partial class for each entity class in EF and link it to a auxiliary class with substitute properties.
for example you have a generated
class Product { public int UnitPrice{ get; set; } }
The generated class will always be marked as partial.
and now you have to create 2nd partial class file and add
public partial class Product 
    // it's possible to add logic and non-mapped properties here

public class ProductMetadata
   [Range(1, 5, ErrorMessage = "Enter a value between 1 and 5")]
    public int UnitPrice { get; set; }   // note the 'object' type
It will work.
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