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is there some property where I can tell Code First to work against a static in memory lists ?
I am thinking on creating some generic class to work against code first like in the ASP.NET MVC Unleashed book and I was wondering if maybe there is simple way or something which is already made instead of me creating all the generic fakes ?
+ if i use Code First , should I still create a repository to work against this domain model ?
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I'm trying to unit test a very simple html helper but keep getting the following exception:
System.EntryPointNotFoundException: Entry point was not found.
public static string AdditionalUsersDropDownList( this HtmlHelper helper, int additionalUsers )
Dictionary<int, string> items = new Dictionary<int, string>( );
items.Add( 0, "None" );
for ( int i = 1; i <= 30; i++ )
items.Add( i, i.ToString( ) );
SelectList list = new SelectList( items, "Key", "Value", additionalUsers );
return helper.DropDownList( "AdditionalUsers", list );