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Build dnn module with vs2010 - part 7

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Creator: host   6/4/2012 3:42:05 AM    Author: Steve Fabian   Source: http://www.dotnetnuke.com/Resources/Blogs/EntryId/3321/Let-rsquo-s-Build-a-Module-Core-Tables.aspx   Views: 1902    0    0  
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Module develop Vs 2010 Wcf

by Steve Fabian on Friday, March 09, 2012 2:43 PM
  •    This blog will show you how to bring DotNetNuke core tables into your Entity Framework model, create associations between core tables and your module’s tables and display that data in your views, through knockout data binding and your WCF Data Service.

Continuing our look at “Data” using the Entity Framework, WCF Data Service and Knockout.js, we see how to incorporate data from existing tables into our schema.

In our ToDoList module, we initially had a “Person” column where we could specify the person the task was assigned to.  In this video I’ll show you how to pull in the DotNetNuke core “User” table into our Entity model, and access data from a user record in our view

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