Let’s delve further into how you can use the account Expires, pwd Last Set, and when Created attributes in your saved queries.
so var result, actually becomes connected to the dbcontext...
Refresh Object State Manager entrie Still it fascinates me...
Concurrency is always tricky, but I am assuming that you just want your updates to win.
Here is how I did it for my same caseand modified the names to mimic your classes.
By using these attributes within your LDAP queries, you can do things like search AD for users who haven’t changed their password in more than 90 days, passwords that will soon expire, users who have expired accounts, accounts that will expire soon, and accounts that were created before, after, or between specific dates.
These types of queries can come in handy for security reports or when you need to perform proactive actions such as alerting remote users that they need to change their password.
so this means that any variable that is instantiated by any dbcontext members will actually have that associaten to the database so that whatever changes is applied to that variable, it is also applied or persisted? Only thing working is - you need to retrieve the object, make desired changes, and save it via db.
iam facing same issue - using EF6 , trying to update an entity. Save Changes();//The function receives an object type to receive a custom object can be a view model or an anonymous object wit the properties you will like to change.
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