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The DataObjectFactory caches the connectionstring so that the context can be created quickly.

So, the DataObjectFactory represents a database connection, which would suggest that if your EF Models reside in the same database your above suggestions is appropriate (i.e. CreateActionContext, CreateAccountContext, etc).  However, if your EF Models reside in different databases, then you will want to create additional DataObjectFactory classes, one for each database connection.

Hope this helps.
Dan McMillan, Dec 12, 2010
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Hi Dan,
I replied to your question above.  Hopefully that clears up what I'm trying to do.  If not, let me know.


Doug Rohm, Dec 06, 2010
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What do you mean with mulitple models?
Multiple databases, classes, or modules (groups of classes)?


Dan McMillan, Dec 03, 2010
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