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select cl.clientid,clad.address1,clad.address2 from Client cl 
join ClientAddress clad on cl.id=clad.clientguid
where clad.Address2 like '150%' and cl.clientid='650450'
Posted 6-Feb-13 3:59am
Edited 6-Feb-13 4:12am
digimanus37.6K
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Solution 1

Ugly one:

Even in LINQ you still can run sql queries. Example

IEnumerable<Customer> results = db.ExecuteQuery<Customer>
(@"SELECT c1.custid as CustomerID, c2.custName as ContactName
    FROM customer1 as c1, customer2 as c2
    WHERE c1.custid = c2.custid"
);


Good one:
Model your schema in designer, and you should not experience problems with righting.


Code will be smth like

var query = from cl in Client 
            join clad in ClientAddress on cl.id equals clad.clientguid
            where  cl.clientid='650450' && clad.Address2.StartsWith('150') 
            select new { l.clientid,clad.address1,clad.address2 }
;
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