Building and Using a LINQ for SQL Class Library with ASP.NET 2.0
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by Scott Guthrie
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Step 1: Create a New LINQ Enabled Class Library

Choose File->New Project within Visual Studio and navigate to the "LINQ Preview" node in the project-type tree-explorer.  Then select the "LINQ Library" project icon and create a new LINQ enabled class library.

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This will create a class library project whose MSBuild project file enables compilation support for LINQ.  A default "Class1.cs" file is added to the project - I recommend just deleting it to start with an empty project.


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