Is Using CSLA with Entity Framework a good solution ?
Or is it better/easyier to take an other DataLayer /ORM Mapper ?
There are not a lot of samples using CSLA with Entity Framework.
Also Rocky want to convert PTracker to Entity Framework, but i don't can't find the Sample Code.
Is Same Functionality both in CSLA and Entity Framework ?
Questions, over Questions....
Yes, you can use EF as a data layer behind CSLA objects, and this is increasingly common. There are samples as part of the Core 3.8 video series that demonstrate how to do this.
ProjectTracker is not current, and I am not 100% sure that is the sample I'll use for my current book project. However, there will be some updated sample(s) coming as part of the CSLA 4 ebook series, and they'll use EF for the DAL.
I'm a developer on the open source project CslaExtension (http://t4csla.codeplex.com/). On our site you can find some videos and tutorials about how to use CSLA and EF. I'm using this tool for my work with great success.
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