A DbSet represents an entity set. An entity set is defined as a set of entities of the same entity type. In this tutorial let us explore the DBSet in Detail
The DbContext is often referred as the context is the class which is responsible for interacting with the entity model and the database. It allows you to query, insert, update and delete operations on the entities. The older version of the entity framework used objectContext. DbContext is actually a wrapper around the objectContext class.
What if you are asked to implement Entity Framework Code First on existing database ?. In such scenario, you have two options. One option is to write all your POCO classes by hand. The second option is to Reverse Engineer the existing database using some external tools. This step by step walkthrough tutorial demonstrates how to create Code First with Existing Database.
We are going to look at how to Configure many to many relationship in entity framework Code First in this tutorial. many to Many Relationships can be configured using Default Conventions, Data Annotations or Fluent API.
We are going to look at how to Configure one to many relationships in entity framework in this tutorial. One to Many Relationships can be configured using Default Conventions, Data Annotations or Fluent API.