LINQ to SQL (Part 2 - Defining our Data Model Classes)

Posted by: ScottGus Blog, on 29 May 2007 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

In Part 1 of my LINQ to SQL blog post series I discussed "What is LINQ to SQL" and provided a basic overview of some of the data scenarios it enables. In my first post I provided code samples that demonstrated how to perform common data scenarios using LINQ to SQL including: How to query a database How to update rows in a database How to insert and relate multiple rows in a database How to delete rows in a database How to call a stored procedure How to retrieve data with server-side...

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