Monday, March 26, 2012 5:32 PM
I've got a test solution I've been working on, which has an Entity Framework project, and a simple console project for testing/exercising the EF project. The console app I'm not really interested in making into a permanent project/application, but I am very definately interested in the EF project being used in other solutions.
So, when we start a new solution (it will be a WPF application) which will use the EF project, do all we have to do is just add the EF project to the solution from SourceSafe and specify some new working directory for the EF project? Or do we use the working directory for the EF project, that I started using for the console app?
We're working with Visual Studio 2010 Premium. I created the EF project as a class library project.
Tuesday, March 27, 2012 1:47 AM
I think it's better that you add the EF project to the new solution and specify a new working directory. This way, the solution is more organized and easier to manage.
You can get the EF project from SourceSafe, add to the solution and check in the files to database. And you can remove the project files in VSS and local disk in the old test solution if you don't need it anymore.
Tuesday, March 27, 2012 4:52 PMThank you, Catherine, that's what I thought I would do. Will give it a shot soon.
Wednesday, March 28, 2012 1:32 AM