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Debugging LINQ

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Visual Studio supports the debugging of language integrated query (LINQ) code, with some limitations. Most debugging features work with LINQ statements, including stepping, setting breakpoints, and viewing results in debugger windows. This section describes the major limitations of LINQ debugging.

Viewing LINQ Results

Describes special circumstances to consider when you view LINQ query results in the debugger.

Stepping and LINQ

Explains stepping behavior during LINQ debugging.

Edit and Continue With LINQ

Explains the behavior you can expect to see if you try to edit LINQ code while you are debugging.

Debugging SQL

Contains information about SQL debugging that might be useful when you are debugging LINQ to SQL.

Debugging Preparation: SQL Server Projects

Contains instructions about how to set up a SQL project.

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