Well, I have over 40 entities on the EF model using a WCF Web service on the
backend that has the BLL and the DAL behind the WCF Web service SOA
solution, used by an ASP.NET UI front-end.
I learned to remove the associations/relationships between entities on the
model, keeping the constants on the SQL tables themselves.
That way, I have complete control of the EF model, no surprises.
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