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We have a rather impressive set of new technologies for working with data – LINQ, LINQ to SQL, LINQ to Entities, Data Services, ASP.NET Dynamic Data etc.

What I am finding is… they don’t all get on with each other as well as you might have thought. My current battle is using ADO.NET Data Services with LINQ to SQL which is a) clearly something you might want to do and b) is something that isn’t going to work for you straight out of the box.

rough edges

Posted on Wednesday, January 21, 2009 2:22 PM .NET 3.5 , Data , LINQ , Entity Framework , Data Services , ORM , SQL Server | Back to top


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