C# Entity Framework DBContext

c# dbcontext entity-framework-6

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Your database context just needs the tables you are currently working with (if the db already exists). A database context with all the tables would only be necessary if you wanted to start again with the database.

Look at the DDD confined context pattern, which is http://martinfowler.com/bliki/BoundedContext.html.

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