This article is relevant to entity models that utilize the deprecated Visual Studio integration of Telerik Data Access. The current documentation of the Data Access framework is available here.
This section will demonstrate you how to create a Fluent Mapping project using Telerik Data Access, and then how to map the model using explicit and default mapping. It will also show you how to create a custom context class that provides strongly typed IQueryable end points and how to write sample code that uses the context. Other aspects that you can add to your code-only project will be discussed as well.
This walkthrough teaches you how to create a Fluent Mapping project by performing the following steps:
- How to: Create a Fluent Mapping Library
- How to: Map Your Model Using Explicit Mapping
- How to: Map Your Model Using Default Mapping
- How to: Create Associations
- How to: Define OpenAccessContext Class
- How to: Create/Migrate Your Database
- How to: Consume Fluent Mapping Model
- How to: Integrate with the Telerik Data Access Enhancer
- How to: Debug Your Fluent Mapping Project