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POCO with CodeFluent Entities


POCO support should not be a feature, it should be builtin. It has always been possible with CodeFluent Entities because the classes the product generates derive from System.Object (the default mode), or from any class you want, not from some framework class that you can’t change. Note also we don’t use Reflection mechanisms. This is fairly easy to do, just add the baseTypeName attribute, and specify the base class full name, like this :

<cf:project defaultNamespace=”CodeFluentSamples”>

<Employee baseTypeName=”MyNamespace.MyBaseClass“>

<EmpId typeName=”int”/>

</Employee>

</cf:project>

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