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Adding Linq records C#

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 14, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net

I haven't quite grasped this in LINQ. I have a two tables called Products and Orders. Products contains a field called orderid. I want to create a new record in Orders and populate orderid with the PK from the new record in Orders. A one to one relationship.


Order neworder = new Order();

creates a new record in Orders.  How do I then tell the Products table what the PK is. If I try something like

Order neworder = new Order();
q.orderid = neworder.OrderID;

It doesn't work.


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