I recently delivered a free webinar for DevelopMentor on n-tier application development using Entity Framework 4.0. In it I explained how to use what I call “Trackable Data Transfer Objects” to achieve the same result as “Self-Tracking Entities” but using a more lightweight tracking mechanism to achieve better interoperability, as I outlined in this blog post.
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