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Entity Framework 4.1 - DbContext Data Access

Course Summary

In addition to the well-publicized Code First approach to database development that the Entity Framework 4.1 provides, it also provides the DbContext API. The DbContext API works with Code First, Database First, and Model First and provides a simplified,

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    Course Syllabus

    ● Entity Framework 4.1 DbContext and DbSet
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Objectives
        ◦ Comparing EF 4.1 Classes to EF 4
        ◦ Adding, Attaching and Removing Entities
        ◦ DbContext.Find
        ◦ Accessing In-Memory Objects
        ◦ Proxies, Change Tracking and Lazy Loading
        ◦ Automatically Detecting Object Changes
        ◦ Getting the ObjectContext from DbContext
        ◦ Using Change Tracker to Affect Entities
        ◦ Handling Optimistic Concurrency
        ◦ dbcontext and Database/Model First EDMX Files
        ◦ Summary
        ◦ DbContext Blog Series from Entity Framework Team
        ◦ Resources
    ● Entity Framework 4.1 Code First Database Initialization
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Objectives
        ◦ Avoding confusion with EF Version Numbers
        ◦ Understanding How Code First Find and Connects to a Database
        ◦ Specifying Database Name
        ◦ Breaking down database initialization
        ◦ Built in Database Initializers
        ◦ Specifying a Database Initializer
        ◦ Pre-populating a database with seed data
        ◦ Using connection strings for new or existing databases
        ◦ Turning off database initialization
        ◦ Taking a quick look at System.Data.Entity Database
        ◦ Summary
        ◦ Resources


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USD 29

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1 - 4 hours / week

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