Gets or sets the data context object to create.
Assembly: System.Web.Extensions (in System.Web.Extensions.dll)
You can manually create the object for data operations by handling the ContextCreating event and setting the property to an object you have created.
You create the object manually if you want to use a non-default constructor or if you want to create an object that is different from the one specified in the ContextTypeName property.
The ContextTypeName property, because that instance is created after the ContextCreating event. The property is used only when you manually create the data context object during the ContextCreating event. When you are updating, inserting, or deleting data, you must set the property to an object that derives from the DataContext class.property does not contain an instance of the type specified in the
The following example shows how to create the data context object by calling a non-default constructor in an event handler for the ContextCreating event. The code assigns the custom object to the property.
Available since 3.5