Known limitations of this release:
The output classes cannot exist prior to using the EF Core database first feature.
The target database must have a table with a primary key.
The target database cannot contain one or more views.
The JSON data exchange format is not supported by the EF Core database first feature.
No error message is provided when a table given as input does not exist in the database and a model context is created without any table by the EF Core database first feature.
The EF Core database first feature does not support the following data types:
DbContextwithin an application can emit an unhandled exception. Due to this limitation, MySQL Connector/NET 6.9.9 is the preferred version to use with EF6.
This release includes the following new functionality and bug fixes:
Added database first support, also known as Scaffold-DbContext, which enables the creation of corresponding model classes from an existing database that are compatible with Entity Framework (EF) Core 1.1.