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Dextre
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# Posted on: 04-Mar-2019 16:32:49.  
Hi,

I just renewed my subscription to 5.5. Is there any link or documentation on how to use "Entity Framework Core"? I'm new to that framework. I only used the Llblgen Pro framework for my project.

Hope you could help.

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# Posted on: 05-Mar-2019 06:22:55.  
Hi Dextre,

This is the index page of the documentation links.

This link is the LLBLGen Designer 's supplement documentation, describing the documentation for the Entity Framework specific elements and features supported by LLBLGen (features, presets, settings, etc).

The documentation assumes you are familiar with the Entity Framework version you want to target.
The documentation doesn't describe Entity Framework specific elements, as these are documented in the MSDN by Microsoft or the documentation for the Entity Framework version you want to use, e.g. Entity Framework v6 documentation.

Hope that helps Wink


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# Posted on: 05-Mar-2019 08:52:03.  
This might help as well. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/ef/#pivot=efcore
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# Posted on: 05-Mar-2019 23:40:01.  
Thanks Daelmo and Otis for the direction. Do we have sample project available?

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# Posted on: 06-Mar-2019 12:52:18.  
The code we generate is close to what you would have written yourself. The thing with EF Core is that there are a lot of tutorials out there which describe how the framework works, so we don't re-do these in our own examples/documentation.

If you're new to EF Core, please look into the getting started tutorials I linked to above. You can skip the mapping parts as that's taken care of by llblgen pro, and focus on how to use the framework like how to query.

What's important to read is the specifics about the generated code, and thus what to do to use it. This is described here: https://www.llblgen.com/Documentation/5.5/Entity%20Framework/VCore21/AvailablePresets.htm#compiling-and-using-the-generated-code
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# Posted on: 07-Mar-2019 02:17:13.  
Thanks Otis...

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