LinqTOsql Self Referencing Object Mapping Is Not Working?

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I'm trying to create a self referencing object using linqTOsql mapping. So far, I am definitely in over my head. Here's the code I have:

public class Category
[Column(IsPrimaryKey=true, IsDbGenerated=true, AutoSync=AutoSync.OnInsert)]
public Int64 catID { get; set; }
public Int64 parentCatID { get; set; }

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