This article will explain you how to create, read, insert, update, delete operations with mvc with Linq To Sql (.dbml).
Very nice article who are beginners with mvc framework.
Just for the purpose of this example I’m going to use the Customers table from the northwind database and drag it to the design surface.
Since we are going to use L2S then we need to add file.
To do this, just right click on the application root and select Add New Item. See below screen shot: Now open up server explorer in Visual Studio and browse the database that you wan’t to work on (in this case the Northwind database).
: In this article you will learn the basic operations like Save, Edit, Update and Delete operations in using LINQ to SQL.
Newly inserting record will get displayed in List Box control and clicking on any record from List Box will fetch the corresponding details from the database and fills up the appropriate fields on the form, so that we can edit or delete that record as shown in demo above." I hope you have got How to perform the Save, Edit , Update, Delete and bind functions in using LINQ to SQL and If you like my work; you can appreciate by leaving your comments, hitting Facebook like button, following on Google , Twitter, Linked in and Pinterest, stumbling my posts on stumble upon and subscribing for receiving free updates directly to your inbox .
Few months ago, I’ve created a simple demo about “Creating a Simple Registration Form using the ADO. In this article, I'm going to demonstrate how to create a simple form that would allows users to insert data to the database using L2S.
As an overview, LINQ to SQL is a technology that allow you to query sql server.
What I wanted to display today is nothing new (we have some examples on our demo page which displays the usage of our Rad Grid and LINQ) but I still feel like it is necessary to show, perhaps in a slimmed down version with a bit of explanation, how easy it is to use LINQ.
I know that some of you might look at LINQ with a bit of suspicion since it might look a bit cryptic to begin with - especially if you're used to MS SQL, but hopefully this blog post will help shed some light on the ease of use and performance gains you can receive from implementing it.
Here is a small block of c# code samples to create new ‘User’ linq to sql class(Representing ‘Users’ Table in Database) and add it to ‘Users Data Context’ class(Represents the database) and commit the changes to original database by ‘Submit Changes'(without this, no changes will be reflected to database): For your information, the above code example is for . If you are using an earlier version, you will have to use ‘Add‘ method instead of ‘Insert On Submit‘ . Deleting data/row from database using linq is as simple as inserting data and this is also sql syntax free operation 🙂 .