Entity Framework Code First

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You are viewing documentation for the legacy WPF Scheduler control. If you're starting a new project, we strongly recommend that you use a new control declared in the DevExpress.Xpf.Scheduling namespace. If you decide to upgrade an existing project in order to switch to the updated scheduler control, see the Migration Guidelines document.

This document demonstrates a simple data model that can be used in an application with a database created using Code First development.

Create a class for an appointment named EFAppointment and a class for a resource named EFResource. You can use the following code.

Public Class EFAppointment
    <Key()> _
    Public Property UniqueID() As Integer
    <Required> _
    Public Property Type() As Integer
    <Required> _
    Public Property StartDate() As Date
    <Required> _
    Public Property EndDate() As Date
    Public Property AllDay() As Boolean
    Public Property Subject() As String
    Public Property Location() As String
    Public Property Description() As String
    Public Property Status() As Integer
    Public Property Label() As Integer
    Public Property ResourceIDs() As String
    Public Property ReminderInfo() As String
    Public Property RecurrenceInfo() As String
End Class

Public Class EFResource
    <Key()> _
    Public Property UniqueID() As Integer
    Public Property ResourceID() As Integer
    Public Property ResourceName() As String
    Public Property Color() As Integer
End Class

To learn more, refer to the Lesson 5 - Bind a Scheduler to Entity Framework Data Source (legacy) article.

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