Using DLINQ with ASP.NET (Part 2 of my LINQ series)
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by Scott Guthrie
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The combination of LINQ and DLINQ provide a really powerful way to-do data access.  As you’ve seen above, it takes the grunge work out of data access code, and leaves you with an elegant way to easily perform data operations.  You also get compiler type-checking, code intellisense and debug support for everything (along with a WYSIWYG designer for both DLINQ relationship mapping and obviously ASP.NET pages).  The combination of LINQ/DLINQ and the rich control event model in ASP.NET provides a really productive and clean way to quickly build data web apps that also scale really well. 

In my next few LINQ posts I’ll show how we will be able to build on top of the concepts I demonstrated above to easily add sorting, in-line editing, deleting, and selection support over our customer data – and also show how to easily Ajax enable it with Atlas.

Hope this helps,


P.S. You can download the LINQ May CTP from here and use it with both VS 2005 and the free Visual Web Developers Express edition.  You can also download the completed samples I built above here.

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User Comments

Title: DLINQ Usage   
Name: Subhashini
Date: 2010-12-18 1:36:06 AM
This article solved many of questions about DLINQ.I understand how to do create database structures for DLINQ query using Attribute Based Mapping and through XML Based Mapping.
Title: Helping hand for the DLINQ users   
Name: Tejaswini Jangale-Chaudhari
Date: 2009-04-22 1:02:16 AM
The article is real nice, n helped me a lot to understand binding and pagination. Keep posting such helpful articles :)
Title: Great Article   
Name: Yuna
Date: 2008-07-18 3:42:52 AM
thank you very much, my article help me understand LINQ
Title: Great Article   
Name: Jaykumar Acharya
Date: 2008-06-18 9:33:59 AM
I must say you are my guru of LINQ. These posts really helped me to learn LINQ and DLINQ. It was like a cake walk to learn deep concepts. Please keep posting such blogs for us.

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