Enable editing ?

When doing this:

var a = new UserQuery(this.Connection);

Products.Dump();

a.Products.Dump();

why does the first dump allow editing, while the second does not ?

It would be really useful to have the second dump allow editing also.


Comments

  • Allowing editing in the second case is disabled because it's too risky. There are too many edge-cases where the data context cannot be inferred and it will end up writing to the default context instead.
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