Dynamic Data – GUIDs/uniqueidentifiers as primary keys

I primarily use a GUID (uniqueidentifier) as my primary key data type. You never know when you need to synchronize your data, and I’d rather be prepared by using a GUID as a unique global identifier. Anyhow, it seems that the brand new Dynamic Data (released today as part of .net 3.5 Service Pack 1)… More Dynamic Data – GUIDs/uniqueidentifiers as primary keys

Entity Data Model generated from SQL 2008 and used with SQL 2005

Ok, this is of course is not a perfect scenario, because ideally my dev and test environments should be identical to my live enviroment. But anyhow, I had some troubles with Entity Framework today. After deployment my WCF services just threw exceptions (have I ever mentioned that I don’t like WCF for making everything including… More Entity Data Model generated from SQL 2008 and used with SQL 2005