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Business Logic with Entity Framework

, 26 May 2009 CPOL
How to use Entity framework to do some basic logic when a change happens in related Entities or Associations



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5 - publicly available No 26-May-09 0:12 Available Deeksha Shenoy
4 No 25-Jul-09 4:08 Composing Sean Ewington
3 No 26-May-09 21:33 Composing Sean Ewington
2 No 26-May-09 6:45 Composing Bishoy Demian
1 No 25-May-09 23:02 Composing Bishoy Demian


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