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The LINQ to SQL DataContext

  • Adam Freeman
  • Joseph C. RattzJr.


In this chapter, we explain the DataContext class, what it can do for you, and how to make the most of it. We discuss all of its major methods and provide examples of each. Understanding the DataContext class is necessary to successfully employ LINQ to SQL, and by the time you have read this chapter, you should be a master of the DataContext class.


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© Adam Freeman and Joseph C. Rattz, Jr. 2010

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  • Adam Freeman
  • Joseph C. RattzJr.

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