April 10th, 2010
I’ve migrated my old blog at http://blogs.msdn.com/jkowalski/ to the new domain.
In order not to duplicate content, but preserve the history I’ve created stub posts which link back to original content and recreated tag structure for easier navigation within the new site. All migrated posts are tagged as Migrated Post for easy identification.
June 15th, 2009
One of the users has reported a problem with using EFProviderWrappers and precompiled views together.
When you pre-compile views, Entity Framework calculates a hash of metadata (which includes csdl,ssdl and msl information), stores it with the generated views and compares it later when metadata is loaded. When loaded metadata doesn’t match the hash stored in pre-compiled views, an exception is thrown. […]
June 11th, 2009
We have just released a sample that shows how to extend Entity Framework in interesting ways by plugging into ADO.NET provider interface. The sample provides two extensions:
- EFTracingProvider – which adds the ability to log all SQL commands that are executed (similar to LINQ to SQL’s DataContext.Log
- EFCachingProvider – which adds transparent query results cache to EF
The sample comes with implementation of distributed cache which uses Velocity CTP 3 as well as an adapter for ASP.NET and simple in-memory cache implementation. […]
May 21st, 2009
We have recently published Visual Basic versions of our MSDN Code Gallery samples for Entity Framework v3.5SP1.
The following translated samples are currently available in two languages (C# and VB) […]
March 23rd, 2009
I’d like to turn your attention to two blog posts on EF Design Blog about exciting new features planned for Entity Framework […]
November 20th, 2008
We have recently published an article on API changes that we want to make in next version of Entity Framework in order to enable more N-Tier scenarios. […]
October 24th, 2008
Many people are asking if it is possible to use EFOracleProvider with EDM Designer in Visual Studio 2008 SP1. […]
September 25th, 2008
I’ve just posted another round of updates to EF POCO Adapter based on feedback from users. This set of changes is focused on N-tier scenarios and detached entities (it adds missing wrappers for EF APIs and fixes behavior of existing ones). […]
September 13th, 2008
I’ve just posted updates to EF POCO Adapter (v1.02) which resolves a couple of issues spotted by users: Detached proxies (created by EFPocoContxt.CreateObject<T>) as well as proxies in the Added state were failing on property navigation. […]
September 9th, 2008
One of the limitations of Entity Framework V1 released as part of .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 and Visual Studio 2008 SP1 is lack of support for POCO entity objects. POCO stands for Plain Old CLR Object and refers to an object that does not have any persistence concerns and is not aware of persistence framework. Modern development approaches such as DDD (Domain-Driven Design) and TDD (Test-Driven Development) prefer clear separation of concerns which implies persistence ignorance. […]
We have recently published a sample called EFPocoAdapter that includes code generator and a supporting library that implements POCO object tracking on top of Entity Framework V1. […]