VCS2010_10_05 – Inserting Entities Part 1 – Basic Syntax and Problems With SQL Server Compact Edition and Identity Columns
Up to this point we’ve been demonstrating the Entity Framework using a simple SQL Server Compact Edition database with a Customers and Orders table, primary keys that are identity columns, etc. We begin this video with a simple demonstration and explanation of creating a new instance of an entity, populating its properties, calling AddTo__ and then calling SaveChanges. However, we discuss why the code refuses to work with the Compact Edition and some possible remedies. In the next video, we’ll demonstrate the same code we wrote, but using a SQL Server Express Edition version of the database.
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