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Create CodeFluent Models From Existing Databases And Models


Using the importer, you can create a CodeFluent Entities model from an existing database or a model such as ADO.NET Entity Framework, or a UML one. Basically, instead of starting from scratch to design over your existing application, you can use the importer to parse your existing work and create your new model from what you already did. Then, since you have a brand new model, you can generate a brand new application using CodeFluent’s producers.

Supported databases are:

  • Microsoft SQL Server,
  • Microsoft SQL Server CE,
  • Microsoft Access,
  • Oracle Database,
  • Any OLE DB supporting the IDBSchemaRowset interface.

Regarding models, the supported ones are:

  • Enterprise Architect,
  • ADO.NET Entity Framework,
  • XMI

Here’s a video showing how to import an existing Access database (the Northwind one) into a CodeFluent Entities model:

Importing Northwind

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