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      VirVir commented  · 

      Lack of this functionality in Entity Framework makes that whole ORM just useless in real life cases where POCO objects should not be aware of persistence layer. Just simple property-level attribute like [DeleteOnRemove] would do the trick, better yet second method like .Delete for collection that will actualy delete object as oposite to current .Remove method which could be left unchanged.

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