Once in a while you might want to use a random method of the ObjectContext that is not available in the DbContext. .

All is not lost. The EF team built a hook in for you so that you can actually get to the ObjectContext from DbContext. It’s not as simple as a propert however, it requires a bit of casting and more.

When I know I will want the occasional benefit of the ObjectContext, I simply create a property in my DbContext class so it’s easier to get to.

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Accessing the HttpContext from a DbContext
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