Order ID == 11000 select ord; // Execute the query, and change the column values // you want to change. Ship Via = 2 ' Insert any additional changes to column values.
Hi, I have a file that I have dragged several tables on to from a database in the Server Explorer.
operations in LINQ to SQL by adding, changing, and removing objects in your object model. Orders; // Removing it from the table also removes it from the Customer’s list.
But how do I make the new FK appear in the dbml class?
I have tried right-clicking on the file in the Solution Explorer and choosing "Run Custom Tool" but that doesn't do anything.
The pane on the left is the entities pane, where entity classes are displayed and configured.
The pane on the right is the methods pane that displays the As noted earlier, by default the save button is not enabled, and save functionality is not implemented.
Jim Wooley has a summary various Linq and Linq-to-SQL tools here: Guard has a list of tools/resources for L2S here: The only way to do this is to delete the objects from the dbml interface, and re-add them back.
Make sure that you hit Refresh in the Server Explorer panel after making changes to the database so that Visual Studio picks up the latest changes to the database when it creates the objects in the dbml.After that, the Table in question was removed from the DBML database diagram, and the new version added back in using the Server Explorer.Trouble is, VS2013 still does not see the new fields, and will not compile if I reference them.Finally, the steps for using stored procedures to replace the default LINQ to SQL logic for sending updates from the entity classes to the database are provided.During this walkthrough, you will learn how to perform the following tasks: Your computer might show different names or locations for some of the Visual Studio user interface elements in the following instructions.I have refreshed the Server Explorer and can see the new table and the new FK in my existing table.