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See the SQL Generated by LINQ

, 18 Jul 2011
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If you are the type that likes to debug production code, you can use SQL Profiler to find queries generated by your LINQ statements. This is a technique I recently used because it was so simple and did not require me to recompile anything.Note that StefanHam already posted this alternate...
If you are the type that likes to debug production code, you can use SQL Profiler to find queries generated by your LINQ statements. This is a technique I recently used because it was so simple and did not require me to recompile anything.
 
Note that StefanHam already posted this alternate (i.e., to use SQL Profiler), but it was deleted. If you delete my alternate, please leave a comment first.

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