When should I use a CompiledQuery?
You should use a CompiledQuery when all of the following are true:
- The query will be executed more than once, varying only by parameter values.
- The query is complex enough that the cost of expression evaluation and view generation is “significant” (trial and error)
- You are not using a LINQ feature like IEnumerable.
Which is better stored procedure or Entity Framework?
Which is better, a stored procedure or a query in Entity Framework Core? Stored procedures will always perform better compare to LINQ queries. But difference in minimal when queries and simple and not so complex. Also there are some advanced tricks with using LINQ, to improve performance and generate better query.
Is Entity Framework any good?
Conclusion. EF should be considered a great ORM framework which allows faster development, easier and quicker operations to the DB, as long as you are careful and know how it works in order to avoid certain mistakes and create performance problems.
How can I make my EF core faster?
First level of performance tuning – Good LINQ
- Don’t load data you don’t need, e.g. Use Select method pick out what is needed.
- Don’t Include relationships but pick out what you need from the relationships.
- If possible, move calculations into the database.
- Add SQL indexes to any property you sort or filter on.
Is Entity Framework faster than stored procedures?
Below is my console application followed by the result. I executed the same application at least 10 times and every time, the time taken by Entity Framework is almost 3-4 times more than the time taken by a stored procedure.
Should I use Entity Framework or ADO Net?
The performance of ADO.Net is better than entity framework because ADO.Net is directly connected to the data source due to that it gives better performance than entity framework, whereas the performance of entity framework is less as compared to the ADO.Net as entity translate the LINQ queries to SQL first and then …
Does Dapper support IQueryable?
Dapper returns an IEnumerable (it doesn’t support IQueryable), which does not support ToListAsync(). So will deferred execution of the query mean that the query will execute asynchronously, but the results stream the back to the client synchronously (thanks to ToList() being a synchronous method)?
What is the advantage of Dapper?
Why Dapper Perform CRUD operations directly using the IDBConnection object. Provide querying static and dynamic data over the database. Get generic results for simple or complex data types. Dapper allows storing bulk data at once.