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This feature is currently planned to be included in EF7.Graeme Miller commented
This can be handled by making the OrderLine key an identifying relationship http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee373856.aspx.
If the orderline key is a composite and contains the parent key (OrderId) you can use remove on the collection and it works. However it is far from clear and it should be handled as an option.
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We plan to implement type conversions in the EF Core codebase. It is not committed to be part of 1.1 although it is one of three post-1.1 features we will start working on soon. See https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/dotnet/2016/07/29/entity-framework-core-1-1-plans/ for more details on 1.1 priorities. Also the bug tracking this work is https://github.com/aspnet/EntityFramework/issues/242.Graeme Miller commented
Be nice to be able to map .Net TimeSpan property directly to something in MS SQL server. CodeFirst seems to map Timespan to a SQL Timespan which is only 24 hours and you have to put a wrapper around it.