Just upgraded to Entity Framework 6 to take a look. I'm using MVC4.
But i recieve this message when trying to make a controller from a model and context.
MVC scaffolding does not support Entity Framework 6 or later
Thought this could use some expanding :) As mentioned above ASP.NET MVC 4 scaffolding does not support EF6 or higher. This means that an older EF, compatible with MVC 4 will have to be installed. To do this:
In the Package Manager Console, uninstall the current EF package by executing the following command:
UnInstall-Package EntityFramework -Version <version number>
<version number> is the version number of the EF currently installed.
*NOTE: to find out what EF version is installed, run the following command in the Package Manager Console:
To avoid potential metadata problems the providers entry in the Web.config file will need to be removed:
Delete the following lines:
<provider invariantName=System.Data.SqlClient type=System.Data.Entity.SqlServer.SqlProviderServices, EntityFramework.SqlServer />
Now, in the Package Manager Console Execute the following command to install Entity Framework 5.0.0:
Install-Package EntityFramework -Version 5.0.0
After a bit more digging
ASP.NET MVC 4 scaffolding does not support Entity Framework 6 or higher. Support of scaffolding of Entity Framework 6 is targeted for the next release of ASP.NET MVC.
So looks like ill wait until MVC 5 is properly released