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Example of integration with Entity Framework (and support for such integration if it is not currently possible)

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EF works with DbExpression data providers as their input tree.
Re-Linq works with Linq expressions.
How can I use Re-Linq when implementing EF data provider?
Closed Jun 9, 2011 at 8:34 AM by stefanwenig
Oh, and please use the discussion list for questions: http://groups.google.com/group/re-motion-users

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stefanwenig wrote Jun 9, 2011 at 8:31 AM

Can you provide more detail about what you want to achieve?

When your input is DbExpressions, all LINQ parsing has already happened, so there's not a lot the re-linq front-end can do. The SQL-emitting re-linq back-end (not released yet) cannot use DbExpressions.
If you want to support another RDBMS for EF, you'll need to write new visitors for DbExpressions, IIRC. You might want to look at Devart's providers, I think they did just that. But beware: DBExpressions are pretty TSQL-specific, so some hacking may be necessary. I think you're up to a lot of work.

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