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To do this, we need only apply a custom attribute to the top of the class declaration.LINQ to SQL defines the Table attribute for this purpose.Of course, the differences go far deeper than that.How information is represented—the data model—is quite different between the two.Modern programming languages define information in the form of objects. Objects have unique identity as each instance is physically different from another. Objects have references that identify and link instances together.Rows are left intentionally distinct requiring related rows to be tied together loosely using foreign keys.The following chapters provide an overview of how LINQ to SQL can be used to perform common database-related tasks.
Rows exist as elements of tables, vanishing as soon as they are removed.It is no wonder that applications expected to bridge this gap are difficult to build and maintain.It would certainly simplify the equation to get rid of one side or the other.Your application is free to manipulate the objects while LINQ to SQL stays in the background tracking your changes automatically.(119 printed pages) Introduction A Quick Tour Creating Entity Classes The Data Context Defining Relationships Querying Across Relationships Modifying and Saving Entities Queries In-Depth Query Execution Object Identity Relationships Joins Projections Compiled Queries SQL Translation The Entity Lifecycle Tracking Changes Submitting Changes Simultaneous Changes Transactions Stored Procedures Entity Classes In-Depth Using Attributes Graph Consistency Change Notifications Inheritance Advanced Topics Creating Databases Interoperating with ADO.