Transparent Lazy Loading for Entity Framework – part 3 – Anatomy of a Stub

This post is a part of the series that describes EFLazyLoading library. Part 1 – Strategies for implementing lazy loading Part 2 – Implementation of EFLazyLoading Part 3 – Anatomy of a Stub In two previous articles I have introduced EFLazyLoading – a framework for lazy loading of entities on top of Entity Framework. In…

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Transparent Lazy Loading for Entity Framework – part 2

This post is a part of the series that describes EFLazyLoading library. Part 1 – Strategies for implementing lazy loading Part 2 – Implementation of EFLazyLoading Part 3 – Anatomy of a Stub As I promised last time, I would like to present the result of a little experiment in implementing transparent lazy loading for…

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Transparent Lazy Loading for Entity Framework – part 1

This post is a part of the series that describes EFLazyLoading library. Part 1 – Strategies for implementing lazy loading Part 2 – Implementation of EFLazyLoading Part 3 – Anatomy of a Stub The first release of Entity Framework supports explicit loading. This means that if you are navigating a relationship, you have to make…

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Communities To Communities 2008

Last Saturday I gave a talk at "Communities To Communities 2008" conference in Warsaw, Poland. I presented EDM and Entity Framework to an audience of >130 people – Polish MVPs and members of .NET User Groups (because of limited seating there was no open registration for .NET track). Official videos and slide decks will follow,…

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Tips and Tricks for Debugging your Entity Framework Provider

Here are some tips that may be helpful when developing and testing a data provider that supports Entity Framework: Tip #1 Validating SchemaInformation SSDL and MSL using EdmGen.exe When developing an Entity Framework provider, one of the biggest tasks is preparing a store-specific mapping for SchemaInformation schema. Those mappings are quite complicated so it’s easy…

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