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Hi all,

I am new to WPF and Entity Framework. I am planning to use MVVM pattern in a WPF client application and Entity Framework for model. For security reasons, I am keeping the model(Entity Framework) in a separate project i.e my client application will have only view and viewmodel. In this case which is the best way to communicate between model and viewmodel?

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A separate project simply makes a separate assembly which should be referenced by other assemblies. It makes almost no differences compared to the monolithic solution. You only need to take into account access modifiers: if some type and it's member are to be accessed by a different assemblies, it should have public access modifier, or protected, for members of some base classes. Types and members to be accessed inside assembly only should be internal.

I hope you know how to reference assemblies. I would highly recommend to keep all referenced assemblies in one solution and use referencing by projects, using the "Project" tab in the "Add Reference" window (not "Browse" tab).

I all other respects, you use the declarations of another assembly in exact same way as in a monolithic solution,

—SA
 
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