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So far, we have published 16 Entity Framework tutorials and articles, which have been read by over 1729160 (One Million Seven Hundred Twenty Nine Thousand One Hundred Sixty) developers and architects.

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Abstract: This articles demonstrates TransactionScope in an ASP.NET MVC and EntityFramework application to manage transactions across tables of different databases.
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Abstract: Entity Framework 6.1 comes with new features like Async support, Connection Resiliency, Logging etc. We will explore these features in an ASP.NET MVC application
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Abstract: Entity Framework 6.0 has improved Transactions. We will explore the UseTransaction() method which allows the context to participate into an already running transaction. We will also explore BeginTransaction() to start a new transaction
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Abstract: In this article, we will talk about some of the new features introduced in Entity Framework 6.0 RC1
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Abstract: Continuing with the Entity Framework 6 what’s new series we look at two more new features, that is DB Logging and Mapping to Stored Procedures.
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Abstract: Entity Framework 6 (currently in Beta) amongst some shiny new features contains an enhancement that helps you customize Code First Conventions
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Abstract: Over the last couple of years, Entity Framework has steadily become the de facto data access story from Microsoft. With EntityFramework Code First, it became even easier to get started with an application. While EF lets you get off the ground and running fast, it’s deployment story (both first time and subsequent upgrades) has been a little sketchy. With the release 4.2 and EF Migrations, the upgrade story has been simplified a little but the first time deployment story still has a couple of points to keep in mind. Today we will explore these points and see how we can deploy a Database that is accessed by EF (Code First). We keep Migrations for another day.
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Abstract: In this article we will see how to bind an Entity Framework model that has been created in a different project, to an ASP.NET GridView.
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Abstract: POCO is the ability to add and use your own custom data classes along with with your data model. In this article, we will explore how to use POCO in Entity Framework 4.0
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Abstract: In this article, we will see how to log the SQL queries that get generated by Entity Framework. We will also some see profiling tools available.
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Abstract: In this article, we will see how to Add, Update and Delete objects in our conceptual Entity model and push the changes to the underlying database.
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Abstract: This article shows the steps required to create an Entity Data Model which can be used in multiple projects.
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Abstract: Developers who practice the Domain-Driven Development (DDD) style create a conceptual model first. The idea is to design the application based on a model. EF 4.0 supports creating the model first and generating a database from the model. Let us see how.
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Abstract: In this article, I will explain what happens behind the scenes in the Entity Data Model and also looks at the files responsible to generate the code and execute queries on your behalf.
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Abstract: In this article, we will create our first Entity Framework application using Visual Studio 2010. We will create an Entity Data Model (EDM) from an existing database.

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