ADO.NET Data Services - Querying with LINQ
Posted: 24/01/2008 by Mike Taulty
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For a .NET client that interacts with an ADO.NET Data Service, we can use LINQ in order to construct the query on the client side. We construct a query using LINQ and the client-side framework translates that into a URI for us. In this video, we take a quick look
(Duration: 16mins 25secs)
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