/// <summary>
 /// Deprecated Method for adding a new object to the Audit_Accounts EntitySet. Consider using the .Add method of the associated ObjectSet&lt;T&gt; property instead.
 /// </summary>
 public void AddToAudit_Accounts(Audit_Accounts audit_Accounts)
     base.AddObject("Audit_Accounts", audit_Accounts);
 /// <summary>
 /// Create a new Audit_Accounts object.
 /// </summary>
 /// <param name="audit_accountID_pk">Initial value of the audit_accountID_pk property.</param>
 /// <param name="accountID_pk">Initial value of the accountID_pk property.</param>
 /// <param name="bankID_fk">Initial value of the bankID_fk property.</param>
 /// <param name="typeID_fk">Initial value of the typeID_fk property.</param>
 /// <param name="entityID_fk">Initial value of the entityID_fk property.</param>
 /// <param name="currencyID_fk">Initial value of the currencyID_fk property.</param>
 public static Audit_Accounts CreateAudit_Accounts(global::System.Int32 audit_accountID_pk, global::System.String accountID_pk, global::System.Int32 bankID_fk, global::System.Int32 typeID_fk, global::System.Int32 entityID_fk, global::System.Int32 currencyID_fk)
     Audit_Accounts audit_Accounts = new Audit_Accounts();
     audit_Accounts.audit_accountID_pk = audit_accountID_pk;
     audit_Accounts.accountID_pk = accountID_pk;
     audit_Accounts.bankID_fk = bankID_fk;
     audit_Accounts.typeID_fk = typeID_fk;
     audit_Accounts.entityID_fk = entityID_fk;
     audit_Accounts.currencyID_fk = currencyID_fk;
     return audit_Accounts;