C# - After Calling A Stored Procedure By Entity Framework, Tables Update In Database, But Entities Remain Same

Mar 15, 2011

I created two stored procedures in SQL Server Management Studio.

First procedure add field in ProjcetsToUsers table (for many-to-many associations)


I can delete the user from the project and then add another, and the new one is added but removed the remains.

As for data base both this function work correctly.

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