In this blog, you will learn about the Entity Framework Code First Approach.
Entity framework is an Object/Relational Mapping (O/RM) framework. It is an enhancement to ADO.NET that gives developers an automated mechanism for accessing & storing the data in the database. ORM framework automatically creates classes based on database tables and the opposite is also true; that is, it can also automatically generate necessary SQL to create database tables based on classes.
First we need to install Entity framework and the best way to install that is by using: -NuGet Package Manager.
Code first approach allows us to create our custom classes first and based on those classes entity framework can generate database automatically for us.
Create New Project - Select Web Application- Select MVC Template - Cick OK.
Go toTools - NuGet Package Manager - Manage NuGet Packages For Solution - Browse and type Entity Framework click on Install
Add the following classes in the Model Folder of your project.
Add another class as a Context Class and add connection string in web.config. In class add DbSet where each DbSet will map to a table in the database. If we have a property DbSet of Students, and the name of that property is Students, the Entity Framework will by default look for a Student table inside the database which in our case is tblStudent as we used [Table("tblStudent")] as Annotation .
Add another class as a Context Class and add connection string in web.config.In class add DbSet where each DbSet will map to a table.
We could also say that DBSet class represents an entity set that is used to create, read, update, and delete operations.
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