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How can develop a generic search winform class to be use in all search in EF application the search determine all the properties of entitiy and their type
Posted 29-May-12 5:39am

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I would use the repository pattern and expose the IQueryable interface. The beauty of this means that you can query any entity in the EF context. The best example I have seen is:

RESTful WCF / EF POCO / Unit of Work / Repository / MEF: 1 of 2[^]

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