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Questions tagged [poco]

POCO stands for Plain Old CLR Object or Plain Old C# Object: objects with no object model or dependency on external frameworks. (For questions about Poco C++ libraries, use the [poco-libraries] tag instead.)

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Tracking sports statistics

I am designing a new application to track sports statistics with code-first migration. I have the bare minimum POCO setup. The problem is that I am not happy with the design specifically how the ...
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Implementing a domain model

My domain model consists mostly of simple DTOs, i.e. 'Data Transfer Objects' which this article distinguishes from 'Plain Old C# Objects', like this one: ...
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AlwaysUpdate attribute for Entity Framework Code First POCO

The entity framework will only save properties it detects has changed via its proxy classes. I have a situation where I want a property to always be saved no matter if it changed or not. I wrote a ...
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