How to return the ID field after the insert in Entity Framework ?

There are times when you want to retrieve the ID of the last inserted record when using Entity Framework .

For example ,

Employee emp = new Employee();

emp.ID = -1;

emp.Name = "Senthil Kumar B";

emp.Expertise = "ASP.NET MVC"

EmployeeContext context = new EmployeeContext();

context.AddObject(emp);

context.SaveChanges();

In the above example , if i need to retrieve the ID of the employee that was inserted , all that i need to do is use the emp.ID property once the data is saved as shown below.

Employee emp = new Employee();

emp.ID = -1;

emp.Name = "Senthil Kumar B";

emp.Expertise = "ASP.NET MVC"

EmployeeContext context = new EmployeeContext();

context.AddObject(emp);

context.SaveChanges();

int empID = emp.ID;
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