I generated the tables in my SQL Server 2008 database using the database technique, and then I used an ADO.NET Entity Data Model to link those tables to Entity Framework classes. However, I discovered the following code in the automatically generated class definition when I opened the designer.cs file:
public partial class PortalEntities : ObjectContext
I am thus perplexed by the following three questions:
How come my
class comes from
as I had anticipated?
Is there a significant difference between
or they provide the same qualities and are largely the same.
When I attempt to create code like the following:
Student student = db.Students.Find(id);
I discovered that I'm unable to
approach I once employed
does this imply that
have several techniques I may employ?
a covering placed over the
It makes the interface simpler for the tasks we do most often.
If you own an
You still have access to the
When using the
as opposed to the
You may change the template that is used to generate your code when utilizing database first. To do this, just right-click on your EDMX and choose "Add Code Generation Item." The DbContext template is then available for choice.
34 zzzs of the whole procedure.
The default code generation in VS2012 changed from