LINQ Dynamic Query – Strongly Typed Way


 

In .NET 3.5 there is a System.Linq.Dynamic namespace which allows you to use string expressions in LINQ queries. It can be used to create dynamic queries but I don’t like it because it is not type-safe. So let me give you an introduction to anonymous functions, lambda expression trees and the PredicateBuilder class. These features can be used to create finder methods which can use dynamic strong-typed where-clauses as input parameters.

Via SCIP.be – Articles : .NET – LINQ to SQL – part 4

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