Your target project [ProjectName] doesn't match your migrations assembly [AssemblyName]. Either change your target project or change your migrations assembly.
I am working on a project in ASP.NET Core 5.0, which contains a web application and the related class libraries. I use Entity Framework Core for data access. My DbContext is in a class library project. When I run the add-migration command I get this error.
How to run SQL scripts in a file using EF Core migrations?
The Entity Framework code-first approach gives powerful tools to create and manage database objects like tables, fields and their constraints, etc. This article will help you if your application uses stored procedures, functions, and similar database objects and you want to create these objects in the database as part of the migrations.
Load Relational Data Using Include and ThenInclude in Entity Framework Core
Entity Framework Core allows you to load related entities using the navigation properties in your model. Related entities can be loaded using different ways. If you use eager loading, it will enable you to access relational data in a single database call. In eager loading, related data can be loaded using Include and ThenInclude methods.
Querying in Entity Framework Core (EF Core) - Sorting, Filtering and Grouping
Entity Framework Core uses Language-Integrated Query (LINQ) to query the database. You can use C# or any .NET language of your choice to write LINQ queries. The queries you write in LINQ are passed to the database provider. The database provider translates it to the actual SQL, which will be executed against the database.
HTTP Error 502.5 - ANCM Out-Of-Process Startup Failure
I got the following error when I deployed my ASP.NET Core Razor page application to the production server after updating some NuGet packages to the latest version. HTTP Error 502.5 - ANCM Out-Of-Process Startup Failure
Unable to create an object of type '[DBContextName]'. For the different patterns supported at design time see https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=851728
You may get the following error when you run the add-migration command in EF Core 5. Unable to create an object of type '[DBContextName]'. For the different patterns supported at design time, see https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=851728
EF Core Migration Error: The query contains a projection '<>h_ Transparent Identifier 0 Collections in the final projection must be an 'IEnumerable<T>' type such as 'List<T>'.
The query contains a projection '<>h__TransparentIdentifier0 Collections in the final projection must be an 'IEnumerable
' type such as 'List '. Consider using 'ToList' or some other mechanism to convert the 'IQueryable ' or 'IOrderedEnumerable ' into an 'IEnumerable '.
Configure One to Many Relationship in Entity Framework Core
A one-to-many relationship is the most commonly used relationship while developing database-oriented applications. Entity Framework Core identifies one-to-many relationships based on the conventions. Fluent API can also be used to configure the relationship if the entities do not follow the conventions.
Configure One to One Relationship in Entity Framework Core
Entity Framework Core will create a one-to-one relationship when both entities involved in the relationship have a navigational property of the other and the dependant entity contains a foreign key property of the principal entity.
The entity type 'X' requires a primary key to be defined. If you intended to use a keyless entity type, call 'HasNoKey' in 'OnModelCreating'
I got the following error when I ran the add-migration command for the following entity. The entity type 'Student' requires a primary key to be defined. If you intended to use a keyless entity type,call 'HasNoKey' in 'OnModelCreating'. For more information on keyless entity types, see https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=2141943.