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README.md

Description

This is a project for testing Web. It started with MVC4 and now it's with MVC5.

The project is a web workout software. You can build your workout. The project is not a usable one. It's really just for fun and to learn .Net Framework. The goal is to keep it as simple as possible without having overwhelming layers.

This project as multiple articles in my Asp.Net MVC Blog

To create the database.

  1. Create a new database called "WorkoutPlannerDb" to the (localdb)\v11.0
  2. Execute the migration tool with these two commands:
    1. update-database -ConfigurationTypeName "ConfigurationIdentity"
    2. update-database -ConfigurationTypeName "Configuration"

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