You’ll find the classes generated from the conceptual model in the entity model in a code file located below the data model in Solution Explorer. It’s normally hidden, but you can see it if you select show all files in Solution Explorer.
Entity Framework uses a “central administrator” class for the business objects created from the conceptual model. This central administrator class is (contrary to what you might know from LINQ to SQL) not called DataContext; it’s called ObjectContext.
'''<summary> ''' No Metadata Documentation available. '''</summary> Partial Public Class AdventureWorksEntities Inherits ObjectContext
The object context represents business object query collections in the form of ObjectSet(Of Type) classes. ...