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QuestionEF 6 and C# applications (Web & Windows) Pin
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Nathan Minier1-Aug-16 3:50
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EF is bootstrapped (the object model is generated) once in service-based applications, and as often as IIS feels like in IIS-hosted applications. On IIS, the system handles memory management and may pop your application at any time based on usage.

As portability, scalability, and interoperability are your key metrics, you'll likely need to roll your own ORM abstraction layer. That layer will need to be able to interface with different platforms (so target .NET Core), and will likely need to be controlled via configuration, and provide an interface that can be implemented across a wide spectrum of technologies (ALL databases also includes document stores, object graphs, and even flat files, just to name a few).

That also means that you'll need to build an interface for every platform that you want to talk to. To my knowledge there is no magic "Anything-to-Anything" ORM.

My suggestion: narrow your focus so that you can pick suitable technologies. You need an architecture and it's pretty clear that you do not have one.

My other suggestion: You have both mobile app and cloud picked as application types. That's inherently nonsensical; that would be at least 2 different applications. One would be a native device app (or possibly several, since you're trying to support multiple platforms) and most likely a RESTful micro-service back-end (which is where your ORM would most likely live).
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