In the below line of code, I am hinting Entity Framework to use Stored Procedures for Product Entity. Entity After making the above changes, I ran the below “Add-Migration” command Add-Migration “Mapped SP to Product Entity” This would generate following DB Migration class for your product entity.
You can notice that it generates 3 stored procedures – first for inserting Product, second for updating Product and last one for deleting the product.
Stored procedures and user-defined functions (UDFs) in the database are represented as functions in entity framework.
EDM won't have any entity for the stored procedures in the EDM designer.
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You don’t want Entity Framework to execute plain SQL queries when inserting/updating data into database when using Code First. Let us see first what the existing behavior is when saving information to the database and how we can make Entity Framework to use Stored Procedures instead of SQL queries.
You may want to override these steps and use your own predefined stored procedures.
You can use stored procedures either to get the data or to add/update/delete the records to one or multiple database tables.
When you do so, all the 3 stored procedures would be created in the database.
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