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Hi folks,
I'm new to Entity Framework. I have small application which connects to a MySQl database with six tables (some of them are "thing", "thingplace", "thinggroup", ...).
I've created the EF model but when I wanted to use it inside of my code I realized all generated ObjectSet classes has a "1" attached to them for example "Things1", "ThingsPlaces1", "ThingPlaces1" and so on. I definitely want to remove them.
Any help is highly appreiated.
Posted 18-Jan-13 1:16am

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You can do that on the edmx designer. Click on your entity, right-click, select properties (you can alt+enter after selected the entity aswell). Then, you'll find that name under "Entity Set Name". Just change their names to whatever you like and it'll keep that way on the following updates.
FH791 at 19-Jan-13 12:50pm
Thanks.That solves the problem but I'm still confused why EF designer behaves this way????

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