My apologies for the lack of sophistication of this request for help...
I've tried to recreate your sample, and am having problem with the Generator.includett file and its declaration of the edmx file location. While I understand this is a 3rd party component, as it was used in your sample and will suit the bill I was hoping to learn from it. Specifically I have tried building a project on my desktop and in "my documents" where it normally resides, but it seems that the relative path isn't picking up the location. It does work without issue on the downloaded sample (in any location).
EdmxFilePath = @"ScheduleView.Web\Models\ScheduleViewModel.edmx";
EdmxFilePath = @"ScheduleView\ScheduleView.Web\Models\ScheduleViewModel.edmx";
My project looks like "ScheduleView\ScheduleView.Web\Models\ScheduleViewModel.edmx".
with its current absolute location: "C:\Users\Mark\Documents\Visual Studio 2010\Projects\ScheduleView\ScheduleView.Web\Models\ScheduleViewModel.edmx"
The failure indicates it is looking for the edmx ...
[error trimmed for brevity]
Error 33 Running transformation: System.IO.DirectoryNotFoundException: Could not find a part of the path 'C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0\Common7\IDE\ScheduleView\ScheduleView.Web\Models\ScheduleViewModel.edmx'.
Is there a step or setting I'm missing to enable the relative path? A nudge in the correct direction would be greatly appreciated. As the larger "how-to" document hasn't been release yet I'd really appreciate a bit of assistance.
Thanks and regards,