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Naming conventions for files of partial classes extending EF poco functionality

Posted on 2011-03-02
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I have used the POCO entitiy generator to create a number of entitiy classes.  I need to extend these but am usure how most people name the extension files.  For example the tt has generated a file named Order.cs.  I wish to extend this but not sure if I should create a seperate folder so I can use another Order.cs file or if I should have a Order_.cs.  What is recommended?
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Generally I would put them in a separate folder called "Models" (especially from MVC projects) and give them the same name as the Entity that it extends.
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