Server Side Paging, Sorting, and Filtering Using the Kendo Grid and Entity Framework In ASP.NET MVC

  • First here is our SQL table:
  • So for this tutorial first we created a new empty MVC application. In this we will add an ADO .NET Entity Data model to the Model folder as in the following:
  • Select Data -> ADO.NET Entity Data Model.
  • Select “EF Designer from database” :
  • Then select the Server name and Database name.
  • Select the click on “Next”.
  • Select “Entity Framework 6.x”.
  • Then select the table.
  • Now, Model1.edmx has been added to the Model folder.
  • Let’s get started.
  • Now, Firstly we can DefaultController -> Index.cshtml

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