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pandu
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# Posted on: 26-Aug-2008 21:03:41.  
Hi:

I am starting a new ASP.NET Project with LLBLGen 2.6.

Is it necessary to learn and use LLBL2LINQ or can I just directly use LLBLGen Query just like I did using LLBLGen 2.0?

If I should use LLBL2LINQ, why should I? any performance benefit?

Thanks in advance.
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# Posted on: 26-Aug-2008 21:34:20.  
No, LINQ to LLBLGen is just an option. You would use it because the query is more readable and LINQ is becoming a query standard (learn LINQ basics once and use it against various sources - of course, to certain extent).
There are no performance benefits - it is just another way to formulate the query.


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# Posted on: 27-Aug-2008 08:40:10.  
mihies wrote:
No, LINQ to LLBLGen is just an option. You would use it because the query is more readable and LINQ is becoming a query standard (learn LINQ basics once and use it against various sources - of course, to certain extent).
There are no performance benefits - it is just another way to formulate the query.


Thank you. Regular Smiley

How do I create a TypedList that is deriving data from more than 1 table using LINQ2LLBL? Is there any example?

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# Posted on: 23-Sep-2008 22:13:10.  
pandu wrote:
Hi:

I am starting a new ASP.NET Project with LLBLGen 2.6.

Is it necessary to learn and use LLBL2LINQ or can I just directly use LLBLGen Query just like I did using LLBLGen 2.0?

If I should use LLBL2LINQ, why should I? any performance benefit?

Thanks in advance.


If you look in the job ads, companies are already looking for LINQ experience. Job security is nice. Regular Smiley


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