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Thursday, August 6, 2015

Entity Framework Code First — an indexing of fields and full-text query search

By the nature of my activity, I often should do various small projects, in the core, these are sites wr on ASP.NET MVC. At any modern project there are data, so also a database so with it it are necessary as that to work. If to discard all discussions about "pro and contra" I hastens to inform that my choice falling on Entity Framework Code First. During development of the project, I pays attention to exceptional business logic and I does not waste time on projection of a database and other sample actions. Absence of possibility «from a box» at Entity Framework of possibility becoming an unpleasant surprise at usage of such approach for me to build an index on fields, and as to use the convenient and modern mechanism of full-text query search. After a gugleniye lasting many hours, ha test tens various methods with StackOverflow and other similar sites, I coming to a conclusion that the obvious and simple solution of a problem are not present, therefore deciding to make own, about it and speech will go further.

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