In general, if you are using the new Visual Designer for your Domain model (stored in RLINQ file), you have the alternative approach of defining your attributes in partial classes at your disposal, as described in detail in the relevant help article
. With the Fluent Mapping API each property that is not mapped is considered non-persistent and should not cause a context change to be recorded.
attribute is used in the Classic OpenAccess ORM API where the Visual Designer is not available. Changing the value of a property with Transient
attribute should not trigger any changes in the context - if you call GetChanges(),
the results should not contain any update for the particular property. In order to be able to reproduce the incident, we will need some additional information regarding your scenario - what is "HasChanges"
and what changes are you able to retrieve from the context?
I am looking forward to your feedback.
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