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Solution to annoying error 0029 - Cannot convert type 'T' to 'System.Data.Linq.Link'

, 29 Aug 2011 CPOL
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Finally found a solution to the annoying LINQ to SQL dbml error: CS0029 : Cannot implicitly convert type 'int' to 'System.Data.Linq.Link'.

I've been frustrated for a while about this...

SQL dbml error: CS0029 : Cannot implicitly convert type 'int' to 'System.Data.Linq.Link<int>'

Every time I change the DBML file, some errors appeared in the generated code... then I had to correct the problem in the code manually..... (the link fields needed '.Value' added to the assigned variable).

No more, me says - finally stopped being lazy and checked what the problematic fields had in common and a few seconds later, all was calm, and error free compilations were ahead.

Solution: Set 'Delay Loaded' property of the problematic field to 'False'. All done!

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