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Category: Entity Framework

In my last post I talked about a mapping option in Entity Framework called table splitting. Table splitting allows you to take a single physical table and split it into multiple e…
In my last post I talked about a mapping option in Entity Framework called table splitting. Table splitting allows you to take a single physical table and split it into multiple entities in your Entity Framework model. Today I will talk about another mode… http://www.deliveron.com/blog/entity-splitting-code-first-entity-framework/


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Category: Entity Framework

A significant benefit to using Entity Framework is that your entity model does not have to match your database model. One of the ways this is accomplished is by using Table Splitt…
A significant benefit to using Entity Framework is that your entity model does not have to match your database model. One of the ways this is accomplished is by using Table Splitting, which is having two entities in your model map to the same physical dat… http://www.deliveron.com/blog/table-splitting-code-first-entity-framework/


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Category: Entity Framework

I recently worked on a project where I was calling a WCF service that returned a collection of values that had a Name and a Type. I needed to use that list to select values from a…
I recently worked on a project where I was calling a WCF service that returned a collection of values that had a Name and a Type. I needed to use that list to select values from another database using Entity Framework. A typical result set from the WCF s… http://www.deliveron.com/blog/table-valued-parameters-entity-framework/


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