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C#  LINQ to SQL (DBML)  - Find Old Value and New Value

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Hi..   DBML

How can I find the OLD and NEW values of a table when I call

DataContext.SubmitChanges();

Like a Customer Table.. need to find the OLD Customer Name and the New One being saved
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best place to do that is with a trigger on the customer table
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GetChangeSet()
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