Entity Framework doesn't use users default schema

On my SQL Server I have a user called "preview" which has the default schema "preview". Even though I have this user in my connection string, the Entity Framework always uses the dbo schema. Is this normal behaviour or is something wrong with my SQL server configuration?

I know I could define a different schema with the TableAttribute or the ModelBuilder but I really try to avoid that.

Answers


Yes for EF version <=5. There will be new features in EF6 to achieve what you need. See here for explanation, under DbModelBuilder.HasDefaultSchema

http://entityframework.codeplex.com/wikipage?title=specs


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