When you create an Entity Framework context, you map a domain model to a data store. Specifically, in the case of relational databases, you assign the following:
Of course, in normal usage, you normally don't need to worry about these mappings; you just query the POCO domain model and that's it. But if you need to write SQL for more advanced queries, you are left with two options:
Personcan be mapped to, say,
PERSON_DETAILS, and so on)
If you want to be safe, you will stick to the second ...