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Entity Framework 4 in Action by Daniele Bochicchio, Marco De Sanctis, Stefano Mostarda

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Chapter 16. Entity Framework and n-tier development

 

This chapter covers
  • Solving n-tier development problems
  • Developing Windows Communication Foundation services
  • Developing with self-tracking entities

 

You can solve many problems with a service-oriented application. Sometimes these types of applications are used by client applications (clients from now on) within a larger system. Other times, clients are developed by third-party organizations, and your duty is to build services. This means that you have no GUI to develop—just services.

Whatever the client is, the application must be separated into different physical tiers that are completely disconnected from each other and that communicate through a specific interface: the contract

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