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QuestionEntity Framework VS Linq To SQL Pin
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I've always done Linq to SQL which I like. It's easy to setup and work with.

I follow a typical n-Tier architecture: UI <> BL <> DAL <--> DB

I've only set up Entity Framework once. When it generated the Data Context all the entities were in the same DAL project. This means that my UI, BL, and other projects in the solution all needed a reference to the DAL. This seems like a tight coupling. I was able, with a lot of work, to generate the entities into a separate project. Then, the other projects in the solution only needed to know about the new entities project, but again it was a lot of work to set up.

So, how is EF typically used? What's the right way to set up the DC and entities?

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