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May 17, 2012 07:35 AM|LINK
I forgot the second point:
the difference between LINQ & Entity Framework?
Based on my experience, I can not compare both of them. To me, they are diffrent things. We can use LINQ at the same time we use EF. Also we can use both SQL Command and LINQ at the same time we use EF. Using LINQ is much easier, but for bulky data it can
be inefficient, we need to consider performance. Or when we general update one column on a database, we do not need to bring the data into Web Server, just send the SQL command to SQL Server and let the SQL server do the Update Command without data traffic on