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4/11/2016 4:31 AM
 

                   Hi,

I am very new in dotnetnuke module development. Is it possible to using EF Code-First as Database access for Module Development? Any reference or example maybe? Because I didn't find it on internet.

Currently I am using DNN 7.0 for module development.

Thanks

 
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4/11/2016 10:14 AM
 
There have been developers using EF, i.e. this is possible, but without special support by DNN platform.
And as DNN is .Net programming, you should be able to use EF Code First as well.

Cheers from Germany,
Sebastian Leupold (Microsoft MVP)

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