For the initial post, see here.
|Title ||Mapping .NET Types to Relational Schema|
|Topic ||LINQ to SQL|
|Publication Date ||18th April, 2007|
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|Description ||In the database, we've got tables with rows and relationships between them. In our .NET program we've got classes with properties. In order to make these two worlds come together we need to provide mapping information that instructs the LINQ to SQL framework how it can go from data to objects and vice versa. In this video we'll take a look at how we can do this by both attributing our .NET types and providing XML mapping definitions.|
|VS Version Used ||Visual Studio "Orcas" March CTP|
|Download Size ||8MB|
|Running Time ||13 minutes|
Tools for Generating Mapping Artefacts [LINQ to SQL], Publish Date: 19th April, 2007.
Wed, Apr 18 2007 1:03 AM