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Enhancing performance in Entity Framework applications by precompiling LINQ to Entities queries
This is going to be the tenth post of a series of posts regarding ASP.Net and the Entity Framework and how we can use Entity Framework to access our datastore. You can find the first one here , the second one here , the third one here , the fourth one...
Lazy Loading,Eager Loading,Explicit Loading in Entity Framework 4
This is going to be the ninth post of a series of posts regarding ASP.Net and the Entity Framework and how we can use Entity Framework to access our datastore. You can find the first one here , the second one here , the third one here , the fourth one...
Data binding in an ASP.Net application with Entity Framework
This is going to be the eighth post of a series of posts regarding ASP.Net and the Entity Framework and how we can use Entity Framework to access our datastore. You can find the first one here , the second one here , the third one here , the fourth one...
Identity Map Pattern and the Entity Framework
This is going to be the seventh post of a series of posts regarding ASP.Net and the Entity Framework and how we can use Entity Framework to access our datastore. You can find the first one here , the second one here and the third one here , the fourth...
Entity Framework and Plain Old CLR Objects in an ASP.Net application
This is going to be the sixth post of a series of posts regarding ASP.Net and the Entity Framework and how we can use Entity Framework to access our datastore. You can find the first one here , the second one here and the third one here , the fourth one...
How to handle concurrency in Entity Framework
This is going to be the fifth post of a series of posts regarding ASP.Net and the Entity Framework and how we can use Entity Framework to access our datastore. You can find the first one here , the second one here and the third one here . You can read...
How to profile LINQ to Entities queries in your asp.net applications - part 3
In this post I will continue exploring ways on how to profile database activity when using the Entity Framework as the data access layer in our applications. If you want to read the first post of the series click here . If you want to read the second...
How to profile LINQ to Entities queries in your asp.net applications - part 2
In this post I will continue exploring ways on how to profile database activity when using the Entity Framework as the data access layer in our applications. I will use a simple asp.net web site and EF to demonstrate this. If you want to read the first...
How to profile LINQ to Entities queries in your asp.net applications - part 1
I have been teaching ASP.Net and EF in one of my classes and I have been asked on the various ways we can profile database activity. Everyone that I know that uses EF as its data access layer has the same question. "How can I see the T-SQL code that the...
Investigating Lambda expressions in LINQ
With the introduction of LINQ and its many flavours, developers started using this ORM technology to perform queries against an xml document, an sql server database, a in-memory collection of objects. They were fascinated by its general purpose and its...
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