Last post Jul 20, 2009 06:40 AM by ansiboy
Aug 24, 2007 03:11 PM|algoaddict|LINK
can i work in vs2008 with linq and MySql DB ?
Aug 24, 2007 04:23 PM|gatehyperion|LINK
I don't know about linq but you can definitely use it with MySql DB.
Use the Beta:
Aug 24, 2007 04:38 PM|algoaddict|LINK
hi, i know about the connector and working with mysql in vs.
im asking specifically about mysql and linq.
Aug 24, 2007 04:44 PM|gatehyperion|LINK
Sorry, I don't know anything about linq.
Aug 28, 2007 09:34 PM|Mikhail Arkhipov (MSFT)|LINK
Have a look here: http://code2code.net/DB_Linq/index.html
Sep 01, 2007 01:00 PM|wbhyde|LINK
It looks like to me that the page on code2code hasn't been updated since January 2007, so I wonder if it is still an active project. We are currently using MySql, but are strongly considering a move to Microsoft SQL Server due to the incredible speed improvements
that LINQ offers for development. It looks like it will also considerably enhance the maintainability of the code as well. I'm maintaining some code written with a classic DAL with data adapters and so forth and it is really a nightmare to make changes in
MySql just doesn't support the Microsoft development environment very quickly. It's been years since .Net 2.0 came out with the membership system and there is just now a membership provider coming into a beta version of the .Net connector. I don't even
think it includes a profile provider. It looks like to me that it is significantly more complex to write LINQ providers than membership providers. I suspect it will be a considerable time before these are available for MySql.
Mar 16, 2008 10:13 AM|safknw|LINK
DBLinq has been moved to Code Google. They just released new version check.
Aug 05, 2008 06:36 PM|traskjd|LINK
LightSpeed supports LINQ to MySQL (http://www.mindscape.co.nz/products/lightspeed/) as well as many other databases (SQL Server, PostgreSQL, SQLite, VistaDB, Oracle etc).
Hope that helps,
Sep 29, 2008 01:27 AM|John Adams|LINK
Hi, Yes, you can.
Use LINQ for NHibernate.
If you want to set up a Multi-Tier infrastructure, InterLINQ could probably be a solution for you.
Also, see this project:
I hope this would be helpful.
Jul 20, 2009 06:40 AM|ansiboy|LINK
Why not try ALinq -- The Best Linq Database Provider, It supports MySQL, Oracle, Access, SQLite, and Firebird database. http://www.alinq.org