c# – Why when I delete or edit record from table x is it also removed from table y?


I have a system in ASP MVC with C# using entity framework .

I have the Pedidos and Agenda table.

In the agenda table I have a column with the order id .

When the order is cancelled, I have to remove it from the Agenda table to release a time for a new order.

The problem is that when you remove the row from the Agenda table with order 13 (for example), in the pedido table it is also removed.

I've already done a search and found something about Cascade in SQL , but that's not enabled.

What can it be?

Follow code:

 public partial class ifixEntities : DbContext
    public MyEntities()
      : base("name=MyEntities")


    protected override void OnModelCreating(DbModelBuilder modelBuilder)

        modelBuilder.Entity<Agenda>().HasOptional<Pedido>(s => s.Pedido).WithMany().WillCascadeOnDelete(false);                        


This is called Cascade Delete and is standard Entity Framework behavior.

You can also put some general rules, not just specific for each model.


protected override void OnModelCreating(DbModelBuilder modelBuilder)

So you remove in all models.

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