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The Entity Framework Code-First Automatic Database Migration tool was designed to help developers easily update their database schema while preserving their data when they change their POCO objects. This is not meant to take the place of Code-First Migrations. This project is simply designed to ease the development burden of database changes. It grew out of the desire to not have to delete, recreated, and seed the database every time I made an object model change.

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