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ADO.NET Entity Data Model Designer Scenarios

The topics in this section describe how to use the ADO.NET Entity Data Model Designer in common application scenarios.

NoteNote

Many of the walkthrough topics in this section use the CourseManager application from the Entity Framework Quickstart as a starting point. For these walkthroughs, we recommend that you use a copy of the CourseManager application, instead of editing the original CourseManager code. You can download the completed Course Manager as both a Visual Basic project and a C# project from the MSDN Code Gallery Web site.

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Creating an Application Using an Entity Data Model

Provides a link to the Entity Framework Quickstart topics. These topics guide you through building the CourseManager application.

Walkthrough: Mapping Inheritance - Table-per-Hierarchy

Guides you through implementing table-per-hierarchy inheritance in the CourseManager application.

Walkthrough: Mapping Inheritance - Table-per-Type

Guides you through implementing table-per-type inheritance in the CourseManager application.

Walkthrough: Mapping an Entity to Multiple Tables

Guides you through mapping an entity type to two tables in the CourseManager application.

Walkthrough: Mapping an Entity to Stored Procedures

Guides you through mapping the insert, update, and delete operations of an entity type to stored procedures in the CourseManager application.

Walkthrough: Retrieving Entity Types with a Stored Procedure

Guides you through creating a function import from a stored procedure and using it to retrieve a collection of entity types.

Walkthrough: Using Entities with a Local Database Cache

Guides you through creating an application that uses a local database cache for local data storage and synchronizes with a remote database.

Using the Entity Designer with ASP.NET

Provides an overview of supported ASP.NET project types and a walkthrough of creating an ASP.NET Web Application.

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