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  • Blog Post: Yes you can execute sprocs with EF Fluent API Code Only

    OK let’s make this clear. You can totally call SQL Functions, SQL SPROCS, or any other raw SQL statement and use it in EF Code Only. What you don’t get is automatic or fluent API configuration statements that perform this mapping work for you and by default, no tracking occurs on the materialized...
  • Blog Post: Query Providers ARE Still Data Access Code!!

    So everyone reading this (or at least hopefully everyone) will know that putting data access logic into the UI is anti-pattern of all anti-patterns. I am going to sidestep the issue of simple utilities and one-off screens and trivial applications for the purposes of this discussion. We're instead focusing...
  • Blog Post: So what would this actually take?

    This is a followup on my followup here . After rapping some with Alex I was thinking about what an expression would look like on the wire, provided it has limited capabilities allowed such as F(G(K(x))) = y F(G( [K(x) {attribute}] )) = y where selector was evaluated as some XPath perhaps...
  • Blog Post: Services discussion with Alex James

    This is a posting part of a converstation going on between myself an Alex James, metadata thinker/engineer/PM par excellence here at Microsoft. You can find the start of the conversation here . I've decided to not be an ass and write a disertation in the comments section of his blog and am posting here...
  • Blog Post: LINQ: Building an IQueryable provider series

    A set of links that I'm posting because 1) I don't want to lose them and 2) they're handy for people to read. Reusable IQueryable base classes Where and reusable Expression tree visitor Local variable references Select Improved Column binding Nested queries Join...
  • Blog Post: Server Side Pagination in T-SQL / LINQ

    OK it came as a shock to me that so many people were building huge sets of query data that they are binding in their UI and then deciding to page it at like 10 rows per page. I'm not talking about 1 or 2 or even 3 pages of data, I'm talking about hundreds here. If anyone thinks that schleping this much...
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