I’ve been spending a lot of time futzing with stored procedures in Entity Framework and losing sight of the fact that one of EF’s core features is its ability to do query processing – and that is something it does very very well.
The Stored Proc support is obviously critical for many and while it’s there, some scenarios are pretty easy to pull off, while many others are possible but not so easy to implement and that can get frustrating.
What I’m trying to do is just truly see which things are easily pulled off in the designer (and discovering more than I realized), which are doable and which might take a hack or two to get around.
I think that in my case I was focused on the trees and forgot the the forest.
Thanks to the person who helped remind me of that.
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