In the previous chapter, we saw how to use a SQL Server-specific solution to a common problem in database development—implementing optimistic concurrency control. This time, we will see how we can extend it to other databases, and to more than one columns.
We will be using the NuGet Package Manager to install Entity Framework Core 1 package,
Microsoft.EntityFrameworkCore. We will also be using a SQL Server database for storing the data, so we will also need
xunit is the package we will be using for the unit tests and
dotnet-text-xunit adds tooling support for Visual Studio. Notice that the
UnitTests project is a .NET Core App 1.0 (netcoreapp1.0), that
Microsoft.EntityFrameworkCore.Design is configured as a build dependency and
Microsoft.EntityFrameworkCore.Tools is set as a tool.
Open Using EF Core Solution from the included source code examples.
Execute the database...