Jan 27, 2015 Jonathan Crosby asked a question on one of my GenericServices GitHub
projects about how to handle a Business Layer. I thought it was a good question
so I have written an article to detail my approach to building business layers that
use Entity Framework.

Aug 22, 2016 I am now playing with Entity Framework (EF) Core and some sample code made
me think – could I better isolate the EF part of my Business Logic? … 1. The
DataLayer. The Data Layer is where the EF POCO (entity) classes are defined,
along with the EF setup and DbContext. I am not going to describe how …

Mar 27, 2017 Nowadays creating one executable program that containing the whole web
application works well with for cloud hosting, where cloud providers can spin ….
The code is too long to add to this article, but I have written another article called
Architecture of Business Layer working with Entity Framework (Core …

The classes generated by EF are your DAL, and then for BL create a
complementary set of classes in which you will have the structure you require (
like maybe merging data from related entities in a one to one relationship) and
other business logic concerns are handled (custom validation like implementing
 …

Even with these smaller applications, however, you should do your best to
separate the UI from business logic and data access logic. This is not a big
challenge for the Entity Framework, because it is reasonable to work with a long-
running ObjectContext and take advantage of the Entity Framework's change
tracking from …

Some thing like this//hectorea.com/blog/building-a-mvc-4-app-with-database
-first-and-entity-framework-5-1/. Reply … Entity Framework should be a
component of your "Data-Access" layer.uming you are using an N-tiered
architecture (Data-Access, Business Logic and Presentation). You'll typically …

Because the database schema is both out of your scope and liable to change, it
is extra important that you isolate it from your main code base. The mapping and
table manipulation operations you are calling from your Create and GetList
functions and should ideally live in your DAL. That way, your entities …