When working with ORMs, care has to be taken to strongly type your parameters to match the data type, length, precision, and scale of the columns those parameters will be compared to. Time and time again, I see the same patterns with string parameters:
– They’re unnecessarily typed as Unicode/nvarchar
– They’re not defined with an appropriate length
– They’re used as catch-all parameters for temporal types (dates, etc.)
Spoiler: these aren’t benefits.