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Database class has a some overloads for deleting entities. All of this methods are just shortcuts for calling
UnsafeDelete in the LINQ provider, that does the real work.
Deleting an entity (with
UnsafeDelete method) will delete the entity itself and his related MList elements, but not the related entities (including
Part entities). In order to do that, use
Deletes an entity from the database.
public static void Delete(Type type, int id) public static void Delete<T>(int id) where T : Entity
If the entity does not exist throws a
There are also overloads that are extension methods for entities or lites:
public static void Delete<T>(this Lite<T> lite) where T : class, IEntity public static void Delete<T>(this T ident) where T : class, IEntity
As usual, this overloads take the run-time type of the argument, not the static type
new UserEntity().Save().Delete(); //I'm feeling productive...
Deletes all the entities in a list of
public static void DeleteList(Type type, IList<int> ids) public static void DeleteList<T>(IList<int> ids) where T : Entity
If the entities are not found, throws an
InvalidOperationException and rollbacks the transaction.
There are also overloads taking lists of lites and entities:
public static void DeleteList<T>(IList<Lite<T>> collection) where T : class, IEntity public static void DeleteList<T>(IList<T> collection) where T : IEntity
If the lists contain entities (or covariant lites) of different types, they are grouped by type before calling