A group blog from members of the VB team
This example is intended as a ‘primer’ for following recipes (so we don’t repeat the same instructions multiple times). This recipe takes you through everything you need, and assumes only that you've installed Visual Studio (and in so doing, you've installed SQLExpress). Subsequent Northwind based Linq-To-Sql recipes will point to this entry.
- Visual Studio 2008 (Beta2 or Higher)
We assume that SQL Express (or better) has been installed
Categories: LINQ-To-SQL, LINQ and WinForms
Test our project
Dim db As New NorthwindDataContext
DataGridView1.DataSource = _
From cust In db.Customers _
Where cust.City = "London" _
Order By cust.CompanyName _
Select cust.CompanyName, _
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Do you have a Interop Tool Kit with VB9?
- Migration VB6 for VB9...
Yes, the Interop Forms Toolkit 2.0 works with Visual Studio 2008 as well.
Hope that helps,
Ingredients: - Visual Studio 2008 (Beta2 or Higher) - Connection to Northwind database Categories: LINQ-To-Objects,
Ingredients: - Visual Studio 2008 (Beta2 or Higher) - Connection to Northwind database Categories: LINQ
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