Tag: .net

Splitting Entity Framework Model classes into separate projects

SO you have decided to use an ADO.Net Entity Data model in your solution. But Visual Studio automatically creates all the Data Model classes under your Entity Data Model file structure. You want to separate your Data Model classes into another project, so that you can add references to the Data Model classes without exposing your Data Model Contexts and connections. In this article, I will show how you can achieve this in a few basic steps..

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SOA Architecture – WCF + MVC

AHH who doesn’t like architecture… It’s the architects that are responsible for designing high-rise buildings. It’s the architects that are responsible for designing amazing bridges all over the world. It’s the architects that are responsible for┬ádesigning high performance & scalable software..

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TFS via Windows Shell using TFS Power Tools

THIS guide will show you how to access a TFS server and perform simple check-out and check-in actions via the windows shell.

There are several solutions possible ranging from:

  1. TFS Command line tools
  2. 3rd Party Non-Microsoft tools such as Tortoise Subversion (TortoiseSVN) [link]
  3. Microsoft TFS Power Tools
  4. Visual studio Team Explorer

I believe this is the most lightweight Visual Studio alternative to access TFS source controlled files.

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