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In my schema I have attributes of type tuple that has :db.type/ref as one of the tuple's types.
My usecase is maintaining a set of ordered to-many relations.

When I retract an entity using :db/retractEntity, the tuple attrs that refer to the retracted entity still remain, continuing to refer to a now non-existent entity.
I'm not sure whether this is the intended behaviour, and if so, what would be a standard approach to clean up these tuples? My intention would be for these tuples to be completely redacted. As I'm using this in a cardinality-many setup, I'd expect the attribute to retain all tuple values, except the one that does include the ref to the retracted entity in any position.
Should I be writing a custom retractEntity-like transaction function?

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