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MVC 2 Entity Framework 4 ~ how to execute a stored procedure to return a dataset

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I have written a complex stored procedure which returns records. I want to use MVC Entity Framework to get records back. How can I achieve that? All I can see is EF mapping to S.P. function.

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Yeah, nice thanks !
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