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Is the ADO.NET Entity Framework known for generating poorly performing queries?
This question is inspired by the comment posted to the latest ServerFault blog post: Are you guys still using LINQ to SQL? I know I can use SQL Server Profiler and/or the ToTraceString method to ...
Feb 15 '11 at 21:02
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