Code First doesn’t support Stored Procedure mapping by default, at least in the way Database First does (from the designer window). More over, it has an unusuall way to map a Domain Model class to a database view. This post will show you how to:
- Map a domain model to a database View
- Call a stored procedure via the DbContext
- Handle database transactions errors
Before starting building the application, I strongly recommend those who are new to Code First read the first two parts of these series, Part 1 and Part 2. I always use Visual Studio 2012 for my applications but this time due to circumstances, I will build the project in VS 2010 SP1. That shouldn’t be a problem though, for those who want to use VS 2012. Let’s start.
Create a blank solution named Corporation and add a c# class library project to it, named Model
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