For Dbcontext, how can I profile Database reads writes in EntityFramework transactions?


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asked Mar 16, 2016 by Nalany (400 points)
I have application that uses EntityFramework with DbContext, using Sql Server. Many thanks and regards

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answered Apr 17, 2016 by wilton (280 points)

NET Identity to login a user from the old database.
Hence we can use the user class to directly work with profile data.
There should be a data connection for the database defined in the web.
commented Apr 19, 2016 by Swem_scyoc (790 points)
In Visual Studio, from 'View' menu, choose 'Server Explorer'
commented Apr 19, 2016 by Vg3922it (540 points)
Navigate to the 'AddProfileData' page and add profile information for the user
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answered Apr 29, 2016 by Filespau (280 points)
I spent many hours struggling with this same problem
You can try it here https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/data/hh949853.aspx
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answered May 18, 2016 by herrero_to (180 points)
See Migrating Universal Provider Data for Membership and User ... for some quick videos illustrating how the product works
Its work for me must check
commented May 20, 2016 by Nof_8024 (370 points)
Add a new webforms page with master page 'AddProfileData
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answered May 18, 2016 by zigomalasIt (150 points)
This is a great question and I see many different answers to this. Visit this page https://www.simple-talk.com/sql/performance/how-to-identify-slow-running-queries-with-sql-profiler/ and click on button to allow access
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answered Jun 2, 2016 by eismannDoan (1,390 points)
Questions like this can always be answered with a simple test case
Please read ExpressProfiler Home for information on the replacement for dynamic properties

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