Ado.Net Entity Data Model does not appear on item page in Visual Studio 2022 Asp MVC Project

umutins umut 20 Reputation points

Ado.Net Entity Data Model does not appear on item page in Visual Studio 2022 Asp MVC Project FrameWork= .:Net 7.0 Please help. Thanks


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  1. Lan Huang-MSFT 9,281 Reputation points Microsoft Employee

    Hi @umutins umut ,
    You cannot create an Entity Data Model with a .NET Core interface, it is only possible through the .NET Framework. You need to change the target framework to .NET Framework 4.8 or lower.

    If you want to generate your model and context from the db you need to use ef core scaffolding using the tools available, cli or PMC.

    Reverse engineering is the process of scaffolding entity type classes and a DbContext class based on a database schema. It can be performed using the Scaffold-DbContext command of the EF Core Package Manager Console (PMC) tools or the dotnet ef dbcontext scaffold command of the .NET Command-line Interface (CLI) tools.

    Best regards,
    Lan Huang

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