Ok this is a bit of a general question. We started using entity framework, dragging the tables across from the data source window (as grids) and letting EF do the binding. But this soon started getting messy with links and removing all auto generated code when removing grids etc. So I started to write Linq queries linking to EF and populating the grid with the Linq results.
Will we run into problems with this if 2 users fire the same query to the database at the same time or will EF manage this? in terms of saving data and returning a unique ID
My boss asked a valid question in that why are we using EF if its not doing the binding for us and why don't we go back to our own method of doing our own database connection, firing SQL queries, getting results and closing database connection?
I know this is an odd question but I was just looking for general advice and possibly your opinions on how you do things.