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QuestionEF Core 6 Repository Pattern Pin
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Kevin Marois wrote:
It seems to me that the ConnectionString belongs in the Repository project.
The connection string shouldn't be hard-coded anywhere. It belongs in the configuration settings of the application - in this case, the web site.

For .NET Framework, that would usually be the <connectionStrings> section of the web.config or YourApp.exe.config file.

For .NET Core/5/6/7/..., that usually would be the "ConnectionStrings" section of the appSettings.json file, although you could use any custom section you want. The .NET configuration system is much more flexible, so you could also choose to store the connection string in any of the configuration sources your application uses - environment variables, Azure secrets, etc.



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