Like the Getting Started series, this tutorial series uses the ASP. This lets you combine the advantages of an n-tier approach with the benefits of using a Web Forms control for data access.
NET Web Forms model and assumes you know how to work with ASP. The control gives you more flexibility in other ways as well.
In this tutorial, you will use the designer's Update Model From Database tool to update the data model automatically.
In Visual Studio, open the Contoso University web application you created in the Getting Started with the Entity Framework and Web Forms tutorial series, and then open the table, but no foreign key relationship is defined in the database.
You will begin this tutorial by making two changes to the database, both of which require corresponding changes to the data model that you created in the Getting Started with the Entity Framework and Web Forms tutorials.
You will also create unit tests for the validation logic.In Server Explorer, expand file, right-click the design surface, and select Update Model from Database. Store), right-click v Instructor Name and select Properties.In the Choose Your Database Objects dialog box, select the Add tab and select the view you just created. In the designer, you see that the tool created a entity in code, you don't want to use the database convention of prefixing a lower-case "v" to it. In the Properties window, change the Name property to "Instructor Name" and change the Entity Set Name property to "Instructor Names".You can also download the application that is created by the complete tutorial series.The Contoso University sample web application demonstrates how to create ASP.