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QuestionWhat kind of relation is created with virtual keyword in EF Pin
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OriginalGriff1-Sep-16 23:13
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As Pete says, you don't have to put anything in the setter.
But I must admit, I don't like that, as you can still write:
C#
DerivedClass dc = new DerivedClass();
dc.SomeProperty = 23.0;

And it will appear to work - there is no compile or runtime error here which is potentially confusing:
C#
public class DerivedClass2 : BaseClass
    {
    public override double SomeProperty { get; set; }
    }

Allows:
C#
BaseClass bc = new DerivedClass();
bc.SomeProperty = 23.0;
bc = new DerivedClass2();
bc.SomeProperty = 23.0;

Which doesn't do the same thing in both cases.
You could throw an exception in the "unwanted" setter:
C#
public class DerivedClass : BaseClass
    {
    public override double SomeProperty
        {
        get { return 1d; }
        set { throw new ApplicationException("Cannot set SomeProperty of DerivedClass - it is read only");  }
        }
    }

But that just moves the problem to runtime and I don't like that either.
It might be better to make the Setter protected:
C#
public abstract class BaseClass
    {
    public abstract double SomeProperty { get; protected set; }
    }

Because at least then you are restricting the confusion to classes that are directly involved, instead of letting the rest of the world get confused as well.
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QuestionSuggesstions on saving 100s of rowsto the database Pin
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