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Old May 3rd, 2010, 09:47 PM
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Hi Imar,

On the page 484... its said that on english version of VWD it plurialize the review and genre.. but i have an english version of VWD express and i actually had to plurialize them.

Not a big deal but just wanted to lets you know.

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Old May 4th, 2010, 02:16 AM
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Hi Rushino,

Did you see the option "Pluralize or singularize generated object names" in the Entity Data Model Wizard in step 4 on page 482? There should be a checkbox that determines whether to turn on this feature or not.

Is your version of Windows English as well? And what version of Visual Studio / VWD are you using exactly?

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Seriously ? I haven't seen such an option but i will check this out this evening.

Thanks for the info!

I was using VWD Express 2010 (English).
 
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Yes, it should be there, seriously, and it should be checked by default (at least, it is for me).

Is your OS (Windows) English?

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Nope i am on Windows 7 (French). That might be the reason. Ive checked back again by adding a Test ADO.NET Entity Data Model and yes there is an opinion for that (sorry) and it is unchecked by default on my copy of VWD.

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Right. I've always thought this was a VS feature, but maybe they're leveraging pluralization services of the OS.

Oh well, good thing the book comes with instructions on how to pluralize manually.

Thanks for the update.

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