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Solution 1

Please follow the question Stored Procedure in DbContext class[^].

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As you are using Entity Framework as your Data Access Layer. So if you need to use stored procedure in your programe then you need to use Model browser and from there expand entity container option and then right click on the function imports option from there you can add your stored procedure to your DBContext.


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