Category Archives: ORM

Data Seeding in EF Core

Data seeding is a process where you populate the initial set of data into the database. I’ll explain some of the rudimentary steps needed for creating seed data in your app. Prior to EF Core 2.1, seeding data was not … Continue reading

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Global Query Filters in EF Core 2.0

Global Query Filters are a new addition to the arsenal of features in EF Core 2.0. This also implies that EF core team spearheaded by Diego Vega who are working diligently to bring EF Core at par with its Entity … Continue reading

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EF Core 2.1 Roadmap

EF Core has had a makeover and continues to add new features to its arsenal. If you have already skipped EF Core 1.0, you might want to take a look at EF Core 2.0 and see what it has to … Continue reading

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What package(s) do I need for EF Core 2.x?

First off, it is important to note that there are a couple of ways to download package(s). 1. You can use NuGet right from inside Visual Studio IDE 2. You can also use CLI (Command Line Interface) Here, I’ll demonstrate … Continue reading

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What is the difference between Delete and Truncate

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What is IDENTITY value and how does it work?

An IDENTITY is a system function that returns the last-inserted identity value. Let’s try it out in SQL Server Management Studio. Let’s create a table called Person with it’s IDENTITY starting position set to 1 with an increment value of … Continue reading

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Are stored procedures pre-compiled?

Contrary to the popular belief that a stored procedure is pre-compiled when created is not true. In fact, stored procedure is compiled on the first run or the time when the stored procedure is first executed. more to come…

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Abstract Factory Pattern

It provides an interface for creating families of related or dependent objects without specifying their concrete classes. More to come…so please stay tuned!!

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Chain of Responsibility Pattern

It is used to avoid coupling the sender of a request to its receiver by giving more than one object a chance to handle the request. Chain the receiving objects and pass the request along the chain until an object … Continue reading

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Lazy Load Pattern

Lazy Load Pattern refers to situations where the data is loaded when you need it. In other words, it is to interrupt an object’s loading process so that the data can be loaded on demand. More to come…please stay tuned!!

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