Jan 25, 2020 09:12 AM|DA924|LINK
Thanks for the suggestion DA, my understanding with EF Core was the existing database approach was intended as a way of generating the classes initially and then being driven into a code first approach for any further maintenance.
One could take a code first approach and directly maintenance the existing model manually after initially scaffolding the model from an existing database. One can also just make changes to the existing database schema, scaffold the new model to a staging
folder, and copy/paste changes to the existing model in use and not destroy any special things the existing model in use may have implemented.