How to: Order the Union of Two Queries

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This topic shows how to combine the results of two queries into a single result set, and then order the result set. The same example is shown using each of the following Entity Framework query technologies:

The example in this topic is based on the Adventure Works Sales Model. To run the code in this topic, you must have already added the Adventure Works Sales Model to your project and configured your project to use the Entity Framework. For more information, see How to: Use the Entity Data Model Wizard (Entity Framework) or How to: Manually Configure an Entity Framework Project and How to: Manually Define an Entity Data Model (Entity Framework).

Example

The following is the Entity SQL example. To unionize and order Entity SQL queries, you must use nesting. In Entity SQL, nested queries must be enclosed in parentheses.

This is the query builder method example.

The following example shows how to order the union of two queries by using LINQ to Entities.

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