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Based on your response, as well as Eddy's, I'm going to assume that my question wasn't clear. So let me clarify.

I need to write out the ID of the logged in user to records that are added, marked as deleted, or modified. There are probably over 50 methods in the DAL. The Create and Update methods take an entity, and the Delete methods take an int Id of the record to mark as deleted.

So, in the UI, the user clicks Add, fills out the data, then clicks Save. or makes changes to an existing record:...
Company ViewModel
public void SaveChanges()
{
    if (Company.Id == 0)
    {
        // Would you assign the ID of the logged in user here before calling the back end?? In EVERY Save method everywhere??
        Company.CreatedById = CurrentUser.Id;

        Company.Id = AppCore.BizObject.AddCompanyAsync(Company);
    }
    else
    {
        // Would you assign the ID of the logged in user here before calling the back end?? In EVERY Save method everywhere??
        Company.LastModifiedById = CurrentUser.Id;

        AppCore.BizObject.UpdateCompanyAsync(Company);
    }
}
Again, the question is, how or where does the ID of the user get assigned to EVERY entity being passed to the back end?
If it's not broken, fix it until it is.
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