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Laugh | :laugh: I have an application (classbuilder) that writes all 3 levels of the CRUD code in about 30 seconds for each table/view. Stored proc, API or WCF, client data service and controller if required and even some of the WPF views.

I used to specialise in POC and most went straight to production with only the custom processing required.
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