When using the ADO.NET Entity Framework, you interact with the database via classes that the IDE generates from the database schema. You’ll initiate this process by adding a new ADO.NET Entity Data Model to your project (as you’ll see in Section 22.5.1).
Titles tables in the
Books database, the IDE creates two classes each in the data model:
• The first class represents a row of the table and contains properties for each column in the table. Objects of this class—called row objects—store the data from individual rows of the table. The IDE uses the singular version of a table’s plural name as the row class’s name. For the