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Fluent API vs Data Annotations- Working with Configuration-Part1

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Domain Model Layer will be better isolated from infrastructure implementation. Everything what you can configure with DataAnnotations is also possible with the Fluent API. The reverse is not true. So, from the viewpoint of configuration options and flexibility the Fluent API is “better”. Learning th
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