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I've written a project in c# (database included) and I used entity framework 6
the last technology and now want to move the whole project to another pc.

what matters should I concern about? or tell me how can I manage that without error!
please explain clear ,I'm new
Updated 11-Apr-15 7:38am
Maciej Los 11-Apr-15 14:07pm    
What kind of database?
Nima.naqipoor 11-Apr-15 14:27pm    
Sascha Lefèvre 11-Apr-15 16:41pm    
As long as you don't delete anything on the first PC you don't run any risk of losing anything, even if it doesn't work on the new PC on your first attempt. So just go ahead, try it and see if you run into a problem - maybe there won't be any :-)

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There are no concerns at all, except just one: your code itself. Simply copy all source code from one computer to any directory of another computer. You need to have all the build tools and all dependencies to be installed on that computer, including SQL server and all libraries you use. Now, look: if it does not work immediately, it means that you don't really have a working project, even if it was "working" on the first computer.

The similar thing should happen when you copy just to output directory. You won't need Visual Studio, but you would need a compatible .NET version on the target computer, and all dependencies installed. Everything should work right away. If not — see above.

I would start with one simple and wise principle here: consider troubles in the order they appear. With some experience, you will develop the ability to predict them and eliminate them before they appear.

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