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  • Blog Post: Using SqlDataReader’s new async methods in .Net 4.5

    With .Net 4.5, ADO.NET introduced two asynchronous methods to the SqlDataReader class: ReadAsync and NextResultAsync . These two methods allow you to move to the next row or result set asynchronously and represent a much more fine-grained level of asynchronous access to data compared to .Net 4.0 (which...
  • Blog Post: MVC + Code-First + Azure Part 2: Deployment

    The information in this post is out of date. Visit msdn.com/data/ef for the latest information on current and past releases of EF. In the previous article , you learned how to create a basic MVC application using Code First. In the second and final section you will learn how to prepare and deploy your...
  • Blog Post: MVC + Code-First + Azure Part 1: Local Development

    The information in this post is out of date. Visit msdn.com/data/ef for the latest information on current and past releases of EF. This entry will guide you through the process of creating a simple workout tracker application using ASP.NET MVC and the Code First development approach.   MVC stands...
  • Blog Post: Managing Connections with SQL Azure and Entity Framework

    The information in this post is out of date. Visit msdn.com/data/ef for the latest information on current and past releases of EF. For using EF with SQL Azure see http://msdn.com/data/jj556244 The Windows Server AppFabric Customer Advisory Team recently put together some great guidance on managing connections...
  • Blog Post: Connecting to SQL Azure using Entity Framework

    The information in this post is out of date. Visit msdn.com/data/ef for the latest information on current and past releases of EF. For using EF with SQL Azure see http://msdn.com/data/jj556244 The Entity Framework provides a very powerful way to access data stored in the cloud, particularly in SQL Azure...
  • Blog Post: Data Access Guidance

    When considering how your application will connect to a data source, there’s a variety of technologies, patterns, and architectures to consider. Recently we published a “ Summary of Data Access Guidance ” on the MSDN Data Developer Center. If you want to drill deeper into the material...
  • Blog Post: Remember to re-enable MARS in your SQL Azure based EF apps

    The information in this post is out of date. Visit msdn.com/data/ef for the latest information on current and past releases of EF. For using EF with SQL Azure see http://msdn.com/data/jj556244 MARS (Multiple Active Result Sets) is a feature in SQL Server / ADO.NET that allows for multiple...
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