Hopefully the above post provides a good walkthrough of some
of the really cool things you can do with LINQ, LINQ for SQL, ASP.NET 2.0 and
You can download the completed sample here.
Please review the “readme.txt” file in the root of the project to learn how to
set it up and run it.
To learn more about using LINQ and LINQ for SQL with ASP.NET
2.0, please review these past three blog posts of mine as well:
Using LINQ with ASP.NET
Using DLINQ with ASP.NET
Using DLINQ with Stored Procedures
Also make sure to check out the LINQ web-site
here to download LINQ and start learning more about it (note: you need to
install the May LINQ CTP build to run the sample).
Last but most importantly: I want to say a huge thank-you to
Anders Hejlsberg and Matt Warren – who are not only responsible for the
insanely cool technology in LINQ + DLINQ, but also very kindly spent some of
their valuable time over the last few days educating me on how to best approach
the app above, and in making some invaluable coding suggestions.
Hope this helps,