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Hi guys,

i am using entity framework for "Dynamically adding and deleting rows from ASP.NET GridView" some thing like below-

Dynamically adding and deleting rows from ASP.NET GridView[^]

when i add first row i work fast, in 2nd row it's taking more time than first row and so on.

can any one please give me solution for that.

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Here is 3 suggestions:

A summary:

Using a cached db model store
Generate pre-compiled views
Generate pre-compiled version of entityframework using n-gen to avoid jitting

I would also make sure that I compile the application in release mode when doing the benchmarks.

Another solution is to look at splitting the DBContext.If you have a large number of entities then it is a lot and it should be nicer to work with smaller chunks. I haven't tried it but I assume it would be possible to build the models one by one meaning no single load takes 15s. See this post by Julie Lerman
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