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SQL Script To Generate C# Model

While working on a data migration project that uses C# and Azure Functions.  I found myself in the need to generate a model of the table(s).  While doing a Google search I came across the following blog post that has a script to generate the model properties for me.  Simply replace the table name variable at the top of the script with the table name you want to generate the properties for.  You may also need to include the schema name in the table name if you have multiple tables with the same name, just under different schema's.  I did make one change to it in the select @ result line.  It was adding a blank line in between each property, so I removed the new line.


 declare @TableName sysname = 'TABLE_NAME'  
 declare @Result varchar(max) = 'public class ' + @TableName + '  
 {'  
 select @Result = @Result + '  
   public ' + (CASE WHEN ColumnName = 'RowVersion' THEN 'byte[]' ELSE ColumnType END) + NullableSign + ' ' + ColumnName + ' { get; set; }'  
 from  
 (  
   select   
     replace(col.name, ' ', '_') ColumnName,  
     column_id ColumnId,  
     case typ.name   
       when 'bigint' then 'long'  
       when 'binary' then 'byte[]'  
       when 'bit' then 'bool'  
       when 'char' then 'string'  
       when 'date' then 'DateTime'  
       when 'datetime' then 'DateTime'  
       when 'datetime2' then 'DateTime'  
       when 'datetimeoffset' then 'DateTimeOffset'  
       when 'decimal' then 'decimal'  
       when 'float' then 'float'  
       when 'image' then 'byte[]'  
       when 'int' then 'int'  
       when 'money' then 'decimal'  
       when 'nchar' then 'string'  
       when 'ntext' then 'string'  
       when 'numeric' then 'decimal'  
       when 'nvarchar' then 'string'  
       when 'real' then 'double'  
       when 'smalldatetime' then 'DateTime'  
       when 'smallint' then 'short'  
       when 'smallmoney' then 'decimal'  
       when 'text' then 'string'  
       when 'time' then 'TimeSpan'  
       when 'timestamp' then 'timestamp'  
       when 'rowversion' then 'byte[]'  
       when 'tinyint' then 'byte'  
       when 'uniqueidentifier' then 'Guid'  
       when 'varbinary' then 'byte[]'  
       when 'varchar' then 'string'  
       else 'UNKNOWN_' + typ.name  
     end ColumnType,  
     case   
       when col.is_nullable = 1 and typ.name in ('bigint', 'bit', 'date', 'datetime', 'datetime2', 'datetimeoffset', 'decimal', 'float', 'int', 'money', 'numeric', 'real', 'smalldatetime', 'smallint', 'smallmoney', 'time', 'tinyint', 'uniqueidentifier')   
       then '?'   
       else ''   
     end NullableSign  
   from sys.columns col  
     join sys.types typ on  
       col.system_type_id = typ.system_type_id AND col.user_type_id = typ.user_type_id  
   where object_id = object_id(@TableName)  
 ) t  
 order by ColumnId  
 set @Result = @Result + '  
 }'  
 print @Result  

Reference:
Habilis. (2017, May 01). Creating C# model class from SQL query. Retrieved from https://habilisbest.com/creating-c-model-class-from-sql-query

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