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Validation in Entity Framework - VS 2008 - .NET Framework 3.5

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Hi,

I am using .NET Framework 3.5. I want to do Entity Framework validation. I know one way of handling that by using Model data annotations. But i want to find out other way like "OnValidate" in Linq-To-Sql where I can have more control over Insert / Update / Delete.

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