Entity Framework Power Tools Beta 4Free
Preview of useful design-time features for DbContext. When right-clicking on a C# project, the following context menu function is supported: 1) Reverse Engineer Code First - Generates POCO classes, derived DbContext and Code First mapping for an existing database. When righ...
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Muito bom ! Parabéns.
When a larger number of data tables when (such as the current db has a 144 table), reverse engineering when VS every stop, when the library table less is normal. (Current operating system: Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard + SQL 2014 + VS2013 + EF 5.0 or EF6.1) what is the problem?
Does not appear to work in VS 2013. Trying any of the context tools results in "Sequence contains no matching element." error.
one of the online videos referred this and it looked interesting, so gathering more details on this. maintaining the average rating, since I have yet to review this
Any support for VS2015?
There is one nasty hidden problem: when you have numeric(18,4) column the Power Tools Beta 4 do not generate for you the line: modelBuilder.En
Can you make the tool emit IDbSet instead of DbSet?
I cannot open the file EFPowerTools.vs
Worked great for quickly reverse engineering a small existing database.
This tool rocks, we've modified the T4 templates to generate our entities to inherit our custom base class (Entity.cs) and the DbContext to also inherit our custom base class (DataContext) to bootstrap apps with our extensible generic repositories and unit of work repository framework (https://generi
Does not support x64 projects.
I downloaded this and it does not give an option to install for visual studio 2013 express....
Rather disappointing that this tool does not work for VB code!!
Doesn't work with IdentityDbConte
I love this extension and have used it for years. The change that you did that makes the entity classes it generates be partial was the best. I do need to say one thing though: I have a table in my DB called Media. It generates a class called called Medium. I don't think that's what it should do.