The custom module uses OA Code First. Once you have setup your module to use OA with the project template wizard, you can add another or change an existing content type, while developing. Thunder creates all the new CRUD operations in the manager and the data provider. It adds all the new OA mappings and creates the new Master-detail views as Sitefinity CMS backend pages.
For Sitefinity CMS to know that your module has changed, you must refresh its cache. To do this perform the following:
SELECT * FROM sf_schema_vrsns
WHERE module_name = 'CustomModule1.Data.OpenAccess.CustomModule1OpenAccessDataProvider'
IMPORTANT: Make sure that there is only one result from that query.
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