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is there difference between linq and entity Framework(in 4.0 linq not used only entity framework is this correct)
Posted 4-Feb-10 21:39pm
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Solution 1

LINQ is a basic feature added to C#, there is no way they took it out in 4.0. According to google there is a thing called Linq to Entities, so I guess that means they are different things. Looks like there's tons of info on both, if you google them.
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LINQ to SQL is largely SQL Server only, not so much by design as by implementation. The EF is designed to support, and does support, multiple DBs, if you have a compatible ADO.NET provider.
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Solution 3

LINQ is not 100% ORM and it's purpose is deal with all kind of stuffs, where entity framework targets only database
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