Part 4 – Getting data; Can you SELECT() something faster?

What does adding a Select() do?
One ability that OData offers is the ability to reduce the result set for the request using a Select() command. This can reduce the number of columns in a result set from 100 to just 5. This can be used to provide only required data for a given request. However, does this really work as expected from a performance perspective? So far we have focused on SQL and…

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Part 4 – Getting data; Can you SELECT() something faster?

What does adding a Select() do? One ability that OData offers is the ability to reduce the result set for the request using a Select() command. This can reduce the number of columns in a result set from 100 to just 5. This can be used to provide only required data for a given request.

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