I'm newer to EF Core, so please forgive me if there is a trivial answer.
Take this scenario....
A new web-application is being developed using the latest version of ASP.NET Core, with a code-first approach. At some point, the ContextModelSnapshot became out of sync with the database, due to deletions or source control. We cannot delete the database and recreate it.
Question: How can the snapshot be 're-synced' with the database?
You can execute the command
to create a new empty migration. Then, run
Remove-Migration(or their dotnet-cli counterparts)
It will Revert model snapshot even if the migration has already been deleted. This approach works perfectly for Ef core 2.2.0-rtm-35687