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I am a newbie to MVC, have worked on ASP.NET2.0.
I have googled MVC and found that Entity Framework takes care of the database connection and LINQtoSQL is also an another way.
Which one i have to use for a already created database for better performance:
1) Entity Framework
3) or Use the stored procedures, tables and views directly
(ie. without EF and LINQtoSQL)
Please suggest me.
Posted 29-Nov-12 0:55am

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Using Entity Framework is some what easy to communicate with Databese tables.And we can write Store Procedures and use them using Entity Framework..
You can use LINQ when you are familiar with the linq Quiery writing..
Once Refer this link,So u may get an idea..[^]

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