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Would this be a correct way to use the Repository pattern in ASP .NET MVC application implementing Entity Framework?

This ASP .NET MVC application implements Entity Framework. I've declared the repositories in the DbContext like this: public class CompanyDbContext : DbContext { // constructor goes here ...
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How to use Git with ASP MVC Code-First Entity Framework [closed]

TLDR: What is an effective way to use Git to handle ASP MVC code-first EF? Which files need to be included for NuGet? Which files should be left out? We have an ASP MVC code-first Entity Framework ...
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How to split up ASP MVC Project using Code-First Entity Framework

For an academic exercise, we have been tasked with creating a small website. We have already gathered the requirements and fleshed out the business domain to see the classes we are supposed to ...
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Entity Framework Entities - Some Data From Web Service - Best Architecture?

We are currently using Entity Framework as an ORM across a few web applications, and until now, it has suited us well as all our data is stored in a single database. We are using the repository ...
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Are there any concerns with using a static read-only unit of work so that it behaves like a cache?

Related question: How do I cache data that rarely changes? I'm making an ASP.NET MVC4 application. On every request the security details about the user will need to be checked with the ...
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How do I cache data that rarely changes?

In my ASP.NET application there is some data that doesn't change often and so there is no point in querying the database to re-check it every time. In my current situation I am checking user ...
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Entity framework and Eager loading and enterprise application with DDD aproach

We are trying to create an ASP.NET MVC 4 application using entity framework with domain driven development style pattern approach. As you can see in our part of domain layer, we have a complex design. ...
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Encapsulation in Domain Driven Design models?

I am using EF Code First and I had a model like below. public class Account { [Required] public string AccountNo { get; set; } [Required] public decimal Balance { get; set; } } I ...
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How do I split out a service layer

I currently have four projects in my website's solution: Project.Data This holds the EntityFramework DbContext object and also the Repositories that interact with it. It references Project.Models. ...
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Why should I use List<T> over IEnumerable<T>?

In my ASP.net MVC4 web application I use IEnumerables, trying to follow the mantra to program to the interface, not the implementation. Return IEnumerable(Of Student) vs Return New List(Of ...
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Different database for Membership and our web data or use just one?

Is better to keep our Membership stuff on the DefaultConnection and create another connection (another database) for our data? Or just one database for all? If I have a MyAppContext and I want ...
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How should I implement the repository pattern for complex object models?

Our data model has almost 200 classes that can be separated out into about a dozen functional areas. It would have been nice to use domains, but the separation isn't that clean and we can't change it. ...
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ASP.NET MVC - should the MVC's M, V and C be explicitly aware of domain entities?

Since this question seems to be pretty subjective, I'm posting it here. Let's say you're writing your own version of Stackoverflow using ASP.NET MVC, so there are classes like Question, Answer, User, ...
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Should we use Entity Framework?

We currently have the following stack : VS 2005 Web forms SQL Server 2005 IIS 6 We are planning on transitioning to this : VS 2010 MVC and Web Forms SQL Server 2008 IIS 7 My question is, when ...
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In ASP.NET MVC3 controllers, where do you instantiate your DataContext?

In your ASP.NET MVC 3 applications that use a DataContext or DbContext, where do you instantiate your data access object? Here is a non-exhaustive list of where I've seen it done: Individually ...