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You are designing an application. You decide to use EF to access the database. However, architecture requirements dictate that you use existing domain objects that are persistence ignorant. The application will not need to transfer data objects across tiers and you do not want to incur the overhead of lazy loading and object change tracking. You need to choose an object type.
Which type of object should you use?
on 8/29/2012 | Category:
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POCO with proxies
Use POCO objects for persistence ignorance (for example, for TDD (test driven development or DDD (domain-driven development).
Entity Objects are not persistence ignorant and are tightly coupled to the Entity Framework.
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