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Filtering LINQ Queries Using Business Rules Engine

, 19 Nov 2012 CPOL
This article discusses the use of one such new feature, namely, rule-based filtering of LINQ queries using Web Rule, the XML-based super-fast rules engine, implementable as an ASP.NET or MVC component.

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