If the target database was created by an initializer, an initial migration will be created (unless automatic migrations are enabled via the Enable Automatic Migrations parameter). If omitted, migrations will attempt to locate a single context type in the target project.
Specifies whether automatic migrations will be enabled in the scaffolded migrations configuration.
Specifies the directory to use for the app-domain that is used for running Migrations code such that the app-domain is able to find all required assemblies.
This is an advanced option that should only be needed if the solution contains several projects such that the assemblies needed for the context and configuration are not all referenced from either the project containing the context or the project containing the migrations.
Go through the migration script and remove any references to existing tables in both the UP and DOWN methods.
You will be left with a script which only includes your custom logic.
Description End Sub Sub Insert Into() 'Declare some variables Dim cnn As adodb. Command Dim str SQL As String 'Create a new Connection object Set cnn = New adodb. Connection String = "Provider=SQLOLEDB.1; Integrated Security=SSPI; Persist Security Info=True; Initial Catalog=Northwind; Data Source=Excel-PC\SQLEXPRESS" 'cnn.
Specifies that the migrations configuration be overwritten when running more than once for given project.
If omitted, the directory will be named “Migrations”.
Specifies the project that the scaffolded migrations configuration class will be added to.
Specifies the name of the assembly which contains the Db Context class to use.
Use this parameter instead of Context Project Name when the context is contained in a referenced assembly rather than in a project of the solution.