Entity Framework 4 Code-First: Custom Database Schema Mapping

Posted by: ScottGus Blog, on 23 Jul 2010 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Last week I blogged about the new Entity Framework 4 code first development option.  The EF code-first option enables a pretty sweet code-centric development workflow for working with data.  It enables you to: Develop without ever having to open a designer or define an XML mapping file Define model objects by simply writing plain old classes with no base classes required Use a convention over configuration approach that enables database persistence without explicitly...

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