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 2: Add a LINQ for SQL Data Model to the Project

Right-click on the project and choose the Add->New Item context menu item.  Scroll down in the dialog, select the "DLINQ Object" icon and give it an appropriate name (in this sample I am naming it "Northwind" since I am going to be modeling the Northwind database).

Figure 2


This will add a Northwind.dlinq file to your project and bring up its designer.

Figure 3

You can now use the designer to map your data models and entities graphically, as well as setup associations to map relationships between them.

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