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Beginning Entity Framework Core 2.0: Database Access from .NET by Derek J. Rouleau

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© Derek J. Rouleau 2018
Derek J. RouleauBeginning Entity Framework Core 2.0https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-3375-7_5

5. Stored Procedures, Table Design, and Modifications

Derek J. Rouleau
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East Baldwin, Maine, USA
 
Although it might sound like this is going to be a horribly long and tedious chapter, I’m hopeful that you will find it to be the opposite. We aren’t going to dive deeply into theory, as that would require an entire other book. What we are going to talk about is how to use stored procedures and how you should try to structure your tables and thoughts about them when working with Entity Framework Core 2.0.

Stored Procedures

The first thing we cover is the use of stored procedures in Entity Framework Core 2.0. If you aren’t familiar with ...

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