Today, after wearing ourselves out in the real world, my daughter and I have paddled down the Anduin and through the Argonath, floated in space above the Earth, flown through the Solar […]
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Since EF 4.3 it has been possible to use CreateIndex and DropIndex in Code First Migrations to create and drop indexes. However this had to be done manually by editing the migration […]
I already blogged about SQL logging in EF6. Part 3 of that series shows how to use EF with a logging framework such as NLog. If you do this then you can […]
On the EF team we frequently get questions along the lines of, “when will the next version of EF be released?” This is an entirely reasonable question to ask and it is […]
Entity Framework contains two different methods both called Seed that do similar things but behave slightly differently. The first was introduced in EF 4.1 and works with database initializers. The second was […]
In parts 1 and 2 of this series we looked at how to use DbContext.Database.Log to log the SQL generated by EF. But this code is actually a relatively thin façade over […]