This section contains information about how to create and use your LINQ to SQL object model. If you are using Visual Studio, you can also use the Object Relational Designer to perform many of these same tasks. Object Relational Designer (O/R Designer)
Object Relational Designer (O/R Designer)
You can also search the MSDN Library for specific issues, and you can participate in the LINQ Forum, where you can discuss more complex topics in detail with experts. Finally, the LINQ to SQL: .NET Language-Integrated Query for Relational Data white paper details LINQ to SQL technology, complete with Visual Basic and C# code examples.
In This Section
- Creating the Object Model
- Describes how to generate an object model.
- Communicating with the Database
- Describes how to use a DataContext object as a conduit to the database.
- Querying the Database
- Describes how to execute queries in LINQ to SQL, and provides many examples.
- Making and Submitting Data Changes
- Describes how change data in the database.
- Debugging Support
- Describes the support available for debugging LINQ to SQL projects.
- Background Information
- Includes additional items, such as concurrency conflict resolution, creating new databases, and more, for more advanced users.
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