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ADO.NET Entity Framework : Working with Stored Procedure

Here we go, I generally get questions from developers that if they will have to scrub the existing powerful stored procedure they have written by investing time and money. The answer to that is “NO”. You must enjoy using it as it has its own power.   So it is very simple in ADO.NET Entity… Read more

LINQ to Entity : Supported and Unsupported Methods

There is a correction for this Post, so do I have changed the title. Thanks to Chris Love who pointed me the faults with earlier post, I got few question on some of the popular paging methods of LINQ which does not work on LINQ to Entity. This is by design and quite logical. In… Read more

ADO.NET Entity: LINQ to Entity with Relationship

Relationship and getting data from Entity Framework using Northwind database Simple Query   using (NorthwindEntities ctx = new NorthwindEntities()) {     var query = from o in ctx.Orders                 select o.OrderID;       foreach (var k in query)     {         Console.WriteLine(k);     } }   Now if you want to filter this with the… Read more

ADO.NET Entity: Insert Update and Delete with Relationship

Few days back I had written an article on Insert/Update/Delete for simple standalone tables at ADO.NET Entity: Insert Update and Delete. Now after that many of you had requested me to put article on how it works with relationship.   Here I will use a database created by me. There will be two tables connected… Read more

ADO.NET Entity: Insert Update and Delete

For small blogs, it requires more references and explanation, which sometimes are redundant. So I thought of writing single blog which is combination of topics more or less related to one thing.   I am exploring ADO.NET Entity Framework and have been trying things out there. Here I am planning to demonstrate how to do… Read more

LINQ to Entity : Querying data using ADO.NET Entity Framework

ADO.NET Entity Framework have evolved since we have released it first time. Now with the Visual Studio 2008 if you install the .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 and Visual Studio 2008 SP1 you will get the fully functional version of ADO.NET Entity Framework. This is post Beta 3 release. To create a .edmx file you have… Read more