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Use the NotMapped Attribute with Entity Framework in Partial Classes
I wanted to add a property to send to my JavaScript class through WebApi, but didn’t want it in the database. I was getting an error telling me I had an invalid name on the EF 5 selection from the database. Adding the NotMapped attribute to the property did the trick. I get it on the JavaScript side as well. I found the answer (again) on StackOverflow. Example: public partial class ComponentAttribute { [NotMapped] public bool IsModified { get; set; } } ......

Posted On Wednesday, May 15, 2013 4:32 PM

Here’s why the Unit of Work is needed
I didn’t understand why I would want to use the Unit of Work pattern before I ran into this. I had a ManagerBase class that had an IRepository. (The managers implement ManagerBase which have a private Repository that follows Juans approach http://geekswithblogs.net/J... Repository had the context and saveChanges method. This means that each “Manager” I had, contained a different instance of the context. This ......

Posted On Tuesday, March 12, 2013 4:21 PM

Get a new instance with StructureMap
It took me too long to figure this out, so hopefully it will help you. StructureMap has way that will create a new instance of the object every time, instead of storing this in the container. I’m going to use this for the DBContext and for WCF Service references. Since the ObjectFactory is a static class, MVC will have these stored in memory without this. Credit goes to Joshua Flanagan for answering my question.[TestMethod] public void GetConcreteInstanceOf_Shoul... { ObjectFactory.Initialize(re... ......

Posted On Thursday, November 29, 2012 10:44 AM

Set the DateModified in the Repository
I have database tables that have DateCreated and DateModified as DateTime types. I was getting the error (“The conversion of a datetime2 data type to a datetime data type resulted in an out-of-range value.”) when I tried to save through the context.SaveChanges() for Entity Framework. First I added GetGETUTCDATE() to the default of the column in the database. Then in my Repository Update Method, I used reflection to set the DateModified property. public void Update(T entity) { var entry = this._context.Entry(entity); ......

Posted On Thursday, January 10, 2013 4:01 PM

Quick Test for Entity Framework DBContext

A co-worker wrote this and we think it is useful.

http://droedzone.blogspot.com/2012/12/quick-test-for-entity-framework.html

Posted On Friday, December 28, 2012 2:41 PM

Mocking or Faking DbSet
I needed to Fake the DbSet of a DBContext in EF 5 so that I could test my caching implementation. I searched for awhile and found this link on creating an in memory DbSet. I first copied the code in and created an InMemoryDbSet class. Then I changed all my DbSets in my DBContext to IDbSet. Then I was able to mock the call to UserProfiles and return a dummy object. The Test I’m using FakeItEasy which is a nuget packages. Notice the usage of the InMemoryDbSet<UserProfil... [TestInitialize] public ......

Posted On Wednesday, December 12, 2012 11:14 AM

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