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I have an Entity Framework database in C#. For working efficient, I need to convert Tables to List<RowClass> then work with the list. When I want to save the list to the table, I have to delete all rows then readd list items to the Table. The problem is that Entity Framework does not let you add an item which is deleted previously. I have to clone the Items. Entity cloning seems to be difficult. Is there any way to change an entity item in a way that looks as a different object for entity framework?

Mark Nischalke wrote:
I suggest you read more about Entity Framework and how to use it.

Thanks for your advice. Most of websites are useless. Do you know any comprehensive reference for EF?
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With EF you don't work with tables, you work with entities. If you want to add an entity that was retrieved previously you must attached it to a context.

I suggest you read more about Entity Framework and how to use it.
 
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