Showing posts with label Entity Framework 6.1. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Entity Framework 6.1. Show all posts

Thursday, August 6, 2015

Using Second Level Cache in Entity Framework 6.1 applications

In this post I am going to provide you with a hands-on example on how to use second level caching with Entity Framework 6.0 version. Second Level Caching is one of the features that is not present out-of-the-box in Entity Framework. Second level cache is a query cache. The results of SQL commands are stored in the cache, so that the same SQL commands retrieve their data from the Cache rather than executing the query again against the underlying provider. This can have a performance boost for your application and results in less activity against your database, at the cost of increased memory.


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Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Index Attribute With Entity Framework 6.1

In Entity Framework 4.3 and onward, it is possible to create and drop an index with Code First migration. However this had been done manually by editing the migration because we cannot include an index anywhere in a Code First model. With the Entity Framework 6.1, it is possible to add an index to a model and it can be created and dropped automatically by migrations.


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