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i performed CRUD operations using both Entity Frame work and Stored procedures . here i have one doubt.. what is the best way to doing CRUD operations either Entity Model or Stored procedures?
Posted 2-Apr-13 23:05pm

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That all depends on what you need to accomplish. For simple CRUD operations, I would suggest letting EF take care of that for you.
If you have to do a bunch of processing on the database based on CRUD operations, then I would use Stored procedures to keep all that functionality on the database.
sai sagar 4-Apr-13 1:02am
i worked on Huge project. then which process is better. because i heard like this " Entity frame work is better for small applications. because in case of huge applications any changes made db like Stored procedures then total application redeployed."
Marcus Kramer 4-Apr-13 9:31am
Why would EF be better for small applications. It applies to large or small scale applications in the same way, and there really is no difference between large and small scale applications when it comes to schema changes in a database. Either way, the assemblies brokering between the database and the application need to be updated.

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