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Greetings to all

I am using unit of work, repository pattern with entity framework 6 (code first approach) along with dependency injection,

I have extended my repository to execute stored procedures as below

public List<tentity> ExecuteStoreProcedure(IUnitOfWork unitofWork, string spName, params object[] parameters)
return ((DataContext)unitofWork.getDBContext()).Database.SqlQuery<tentity>(spName, parameters).ToList();

my questions are.
1.How can I call my call my stored procedures using this design pattern(is what I am doing is correct).
2.How can I make entity framework generate classes to hold the data from my stored procedures on the fly(<tentity>).
a) I have lots of stored procedures and I do not want to create POCO classes for all of them.
Updated 21-Oct-14 0:14am

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Hi Vailbhav Nigam.

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vaibhavnigam383 21-Oct-14 5:50am    
The solution provided is a generic implementation of Repository
My concern is as to how can I call my Sps using repository and return a class(entity) on the fly as Entity Framework only entertains Entity types.
payne173 21-Oct-14 5:52am    
I don't have in depth knowledge on this subject Vaibhav.
We have exact same requirement.
Next Week I am going to start working on this.
May be i can help then..

vaibhavnigam383 19-Nov-14 8:47am    
I still am looking for a feasible solution ti this..any help will be appreciated.
shahzadbeg 31-Mar-15 19:17pm    
Yes ,Vaibhav mee too stuck with it from last 4 hours , but still am investigating ..but not found any solution for the same

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