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I want to My DBML designer.cs class default constructor is not automatically generated when I changed my dbml class file.

I can Set Application Setting = "False" but still it created default constructor.How can I Avoid this?

how can I do that?It is possible?


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OriginalGriff at 24-Jan-13 7:00am
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Solution 1

I too have this problem.

The only way I have found is to set the connection string on the dbml designer to 'none' each time I change the dbml designer.

I hope that's an answer to the question you asked. If not then please clarify the issue

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