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  • I'm sure it would make a fine blog entry; but, equally importantly, it would also be think-linq. worthy.

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  • I'm not sure how I would use linq on the Object Context when there is no Reference to the index Table to get the two primary keys??? k-vic

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  • But linq methods that are candidates for the linq operators are not restricted to methods returning IEnumerables, any method returning anything can be chosen.

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  • Is it posible to run a stored procedure using linq?

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  • How to handle the Concurrency in better way using linq? can you please get back me on this .. re: Article Discussion: Entity Framework 4.0 and the AJAX Autocomplete Extender. articles

  • In case you have instance methods named "Select" and "Where" that return a single object or extensions methods that are specific to your class and return a single object those will be used instead of the standard linq ones.

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  • In the standard implementation of linq, the operators "select" and "where" map to methods that return an IEnumerable or IQueryable.

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  • Do i need to change the linq mapping or something?

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  • So standard linq methods when used should always return an IEnumerable from your query not a single object.

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