|ObjectContext never derives from an interface?? How do you apply DI/IoC in case of multiple types of ObjectContext?|
| by Pain999 in Coding|
If you have a system that has multiple types of object contexts. For Eg:
BillingObjectContext, HumanResourceObjectContext etc. All derive from
ObjectContext but ObjectContext Class does not implement any specific
interface like IObjectContext. How would you apply DI/IoC in case of
multiple types of ObjectContext say using Ninject?
|Reuseable ObjectContext or new ObjectContext for each set of operations?|
| by flakekun in Programming Languages|
I'm new to the Entities Framework, and am just starting to play around
with it in my free time. One of the major questions I have is regarding how
to handle ObjectContexts.
Which is generally
preferred/recommended of these:
m_Context = new MyDbContext()
|Get DBContext from ObjectContext|
| by FriendL in Coding|
I'm using the latest versions of ASP.NET MVC, SQL Server, and Entity
Framework. I am not using code first.
I can easily create an
object context using the class generated by my EDMX file.
is there any way to obtain a
DBContext object from that class?
I would like to use its extended features.
|Objectcontext in silverlight|
| by Kocur in Programming Languages|
I'm developing a Silverlight Business App, using Entity Framework Code
DBContext stuff. In my
I have implemented a property to access the underlyling
ObjectContext as follows:
Public Sub New()
|ObjectContext from DataSet|
| by CyberGreg in Programming Languages|
I'm trying to compile a
|Closing an EDM ObjectContext?|
| by Dittmar in Coding|
I am getting started with the ADO.NET Entity Framework 4.0. I have
created an EDM and data store for the app, and it successfully retrieves
entities. The application holds the EDM's ObjectContext as a member-level
variable, which it uses to call ObjectContext.SaveChanges(). So far, so
I am going to refactor to repositories later. Right now,
my question is a bit more basic: Whe
|ObjectContext vs DbContext|
| by Pierre LeBoo in Programming Languages|
I've DbContext class from there I have an implementation of Generic
Repositories and unit of work in a such way that leads to use
ObjectContext. I followed this link in general.
I've read lot
of posts related to the ObjectContext vs DBContext which somewhat makes
sense. But I've no idea about my current implementation. just wondering if
its an anti-pattern or I'm playing safe?
|Is ObjectContext deprecated in .NET 4.5?|
| by FriendL in Coding|
I've been using
ObjectContexts for quite a long time now.
Now that I've installed VS 2012, for my surprise the Entity Data Model does
not have an option for a Code Generation Item that creates
EntityObjects instead of
deprecated now? I see the
|How can i check if an ObjectContext is still being used by the application?|
| by Raphaël Slinckx in Programming Languages|
Well, the question pretty much says it all, but i'll try to give you the
context. I'm using Entity Framework 4.0 where i frequently use the
following syntax -
using (MLEntities context =
/*just a sample statement*/
this.ClientList = context.Clients.ToList();
|ADO.net, Check if ObjectContext is writeable|
| by David Colebatch in Programming Languages|
I have an embedded database in an asp.net mvc project. If I try to write
to the file, I sometimes get a write failed exception because the SQL
Server can't write to the file. How can I check an ObjectContext, if its
writeable, without actually writing something to the database?