Tom

Sydney, Australia

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comment How to do explicit loading for multiple entries in EF?
For those who seek the same answer, Include() will do the job as Luca said. IF you have correct indexes and fkeys. I indexed and fkeyed the correct cols, and wala, result came up in 2 seconds. not 2 minutes.
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accepted How to do explicit loading for multiple entries in EF?
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comment How to do explicit loading for multiple entries in EF?
@Rob, I just find that when Include() gets a bit more complicated, EF joins starts to get messy, in my case I did 4 tables, it results in a query longer than 30sec. If I do select these tables one by one, it only takes less than a second.
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comment Append div blocks and change line automatically
I don't get these negative people who contributed to nothing but voted to close the post. The question is simple and clear, the answer from Vinod and Dfsq is awesome and both nail it with two distinct approaches.
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comment Append div blocks and change line automatically
@Vinod, very very nice plugin :D
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comment Append div blocks and change line automatically
you are awesome. very clean solution and totally solved my problem.
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comment ExtJs RowExpander in Infinite Grid causing incorrect column size
Yeah. we have 4.2.0 and subscription has expired I think we may not be able to update it.
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asked ExtJs RowExpander in Infinite Grid causing incorrect column size
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comment Roslyn getting details under {SomeSyntax}.Type
Thanks for the clarification :)
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