Using SQL Server Views within Entity Framework Core (Code First Data Annotations)

If you’ve done any serious work involving Entity Framework (EF) Core in the past, there’s a good chance that you’ve worked with Code First Data Annotations when modelling your classes in C#. To summarise, these provide you with an in-line mechanism of describing the various DDL objects that you are referencing from your underlying data source. Typically, this may be required when you need the…

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Using SQL Server Views within Entity Framework Core (Code First Data Annotations)

If you’ve done any serious work involving Entity Framework (EF) Core in the past, there’s a good chance that you’ve worked with Code First Data Annotations when modelling your classes in C#. To summarise, these provide you with an in-line mechanism of describing the various DDL objects that you are referencing from your underlying data source.

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