LLBLGen Pro feature highlights: grouping model elements

Posted by: Frans Boumas blog, on 20 Jun 2012 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

(This post is part of a series of posts about features of the LLBLGen Pro system) When working with an entity model which has more than a few entities, it's often convenient to be able to group entities together if they belong to a semantic sub-model. For example, if your entity model has several entities which are about 'security', it would be practical to group them together under the 'security' moniker. This way, you could easily find them back, yet they can be left inside the complete entity...

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