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Tutorial: Get Started

Overview

This tutorial contains step by step information to demonstrate the basics of RDO.Net. At the end, you'll have a WPF application:

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and an ASP.Net Core Application(C# only):

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that can display and manage a database of movies.

You can find the sample code under samples/Tutorial or samples.vb/Tutorial/ in the source code repo.

Prerequisites

  • Visual Studio 2017 (version >= 15.3) or Visual Studio 2019, with .Net desktop development and ASP.NET web development workloads installed.
  • RDO.Tools installed and activated. Free if you're using Visual Studio community edition.
  • SQL Server Management Studio (version >= 17.0).

Create the Solution

  1. In Visual Studio, create a blank solution Tutorial:

VS2017

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VS2019

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  1. Add projects into the solution:

In Visual Studio Solution Explorer tool window, right click the solution Tutorial, then click "Add..."-> "New Project..." from the context menu, to add the following projects:

Project Name Project Type
Movies Class Library (.Net Standard)
Movies.DbInit Console App (.Net Core)
Movies.Test MSTest Project (.Net Core)
Movies.WPF WPF App (.Net Framework)
Movies.AspNetCore ASP.Net Core Web Application (C# only)

[!NOTE]

  • It's important to name the projects correctly so the namespaces will match when you copy and paste code.
  • It appears Visual Studio does not support VB.Net for ASP.Net Core Web Application. Movies.AspNetCore is only available in C#.

In the end, you will have following projects created in Visual Studio:

C#

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VB.Net

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