I have one project that I want to run my
update-database against but I have my Models and Context in a separate project.
If I run
enable-migrations I get this error:
No context type was found in the assembly 'MyProject'.
This is presumably because my Context is in MyProject.MVC.
If I run
enable-migrations against MyProject.MVC I have to add an app config file. I don't want to do that as I want to use the code across many projects.
So can I run
enable-migrations against MyProject and somehow tell it to look in MyProject.MVC for the Context?
This will only work in EF 6, but there was a release that added the
-ContextProjectName parameter to the
-enable-migrations command. By using this command you could do the following:
enable-migrations -ContextProjectName MyProject.MVC -StartUpProjectName MyProject.MVC -ContextTypeName MyProject.MVC.MyContextFolder.MyContextName -ProjectName MyProject
This will add migrations to your
MyProject project using the context in the
You need to make sure that the project with the Migrations has a reference to the project with your Context, i.e.,