1. Overview
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  3. New Project (2 of 2) - Project Details

New Project (2 of 2) - Project Details

Coming from New Project (1 of 2) this is what you see:

You can specify the properties of your project here.

  1. Project Name - This is the name of the project. It is read-only and was created in the previous form.
  2. Stencil - This is the name of the stencil that will be used in this project. 
  3. Stencil Selection - This button allows you to select another stencil.
  4. Default Namespace - This will be the namespace used in the project. For non-.NET projects ( for example javascript-based projects), the entry here would not make any difference.
  5. Organization - This is the name of your organization.
  6. Organization Label - This is the label your organization uses.
  7. Output Folder - This is the folder your code is generated into.
  8. Always Synchronize - This allows you to synchronize updates to the stencil.
  9. Node generation Only - This means that this project

Selecting Another Stencil

By default, the "Default.codestencil" stencil is automatically selected once the "New Project (2 of 2)" form is loaded. This consists of just a readme.txt file:


You can however switch to a different stencil by clicking on the pencil icon ( See 3 above).

We will go ahead and select the aspnetcore-razor stencil which will give us CRUD capabilities. See Selecting Stencils for the complete description. 

After selecting the stencil, this is what you see:

Notice that the is a database icon next to the Stencil prompt (See 2 above). This simply means that the selected stencil is dependent on a schema, meaning that it can generate CRUD related features. As a result the "Database Schema Approach  " tab/section automatically becomes visible.

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