There are several situations where your applications may need to display data by combining two or more tables, sometimes even more than 7-8 tables. In such a scenario, using Entity framework may result in a slow performance because we need to process by selecting data from a table, then run a loop for other tables.

However, the database itself has many features to handle the performance in these cases, such as stored procedures or creating views that are most recommended and result in better performance. This blog will show how to how to overcome the problems by creating a view in Entity framework.


Create A Database View Using The Entity Framework (EF) Code First Approach
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