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The ADO.NET Entity Framework Extensions library includes utilities that make querying stored procedures, creating typed results from DB data readers and state tracking external data much easier in ...
The ADO.NET Entity Framework Extensions library includes utilities that make querying stored procedures, creating typed results from DB data readers and state tracking external data much easier in the Entity Framework. A sample application demonstrates several patterns using these utilities, including stored procedures with multiple result sets, materialization of CLR types, and registering entities in the Entity Framework state manager.
Downloads: 135 | Started: Mar 24 2008  | Contributors: 4
A command-line tool for the Microsoft Entity Framework. This tool is able to read and write the EDMX file format, as well as translate between EDMX and CSDL, SSDL & MSL file formats. It can be us...
A command-line tool for the Microsoft Entity Framework. This tool is able to read and write the EDMX file format, as well as translate between EDMX and CSDL, SSDL & MSL file formats. It can be used as a replacement for the EdmGen.exe tool that ships with the .Net Framework 3.5.
Downloads: 41 | Started: Jun 20 2008  | Contributors: 2
All-In-One Code Framework code-name CodeFx delineates the framework and skeleton of most Microsoft development techniques (e.g. COM, Data Access, IPC) using typical sample codes in different progra...
All-In-One Code Framework code-name CodeFx delineates the framework and skeleton of most Microsoft development techniques (e.g. COM, Data Access, IPC) using typical sample codes in different programming languages (e.g. Visual C#, VB.NET, Visual C++). For instance, the code example ATLDllCOMServer shows the skeleton of an ATL ActiveX DLL as its name implies. Each example is elaborately selected, composed, and documented to demonstrate one frequently-asked, tested or used scenario based on our experience as support engineers. If you are a software developer, you can fill the skeleton with blood, muscle and soul. If you are a software tester or a support engineer like us, you may extend the sample codes a little to fit your specific test scenario or refer your customer to this project if the customer's question coincides with what we collected.
Downloads: 0 | Started: Oct 12 2009  | Contributors: 1
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