I am writing an application that reads xml files and imports data to sql server 2008 database. I am using entity framework in VS2010 . I can add rows to tables in two ways
1. use stored procedures
2. use entity framework objects by creating an row entry object and inserting it to the db.
SystemTable st = new SystemTable();
st.Name = "aaaaa";
here is my question:
Which approach do you suggest? Is there any performance difference?
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