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You have a Customer entity, but it comprises properties that are spread across two tables in the database. What should you do?
on 8/2/2012 | Category:
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Use LINQ to SQL classes.
Use the Entity Framework.
Use LINQ to XML.
EF supports one-to-many mapping of entities to tables.
LINQ to XML supports only XML, not database tables.
LINQ to SQL supports only one-to-one mapping of entities to tables.
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