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Can anyone help my question as posted here : [View Question]



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Maciej Los 4-Oct-19 4:39am
   
If you want to get help, you have to describe your issue in details.
At this moment - this is not a question at all!
mk2tk2 5-Oct-19 8:07am
   
I have updated my questions! i think there was some problem the hyperlinks which i added that they didn't work. I have made them work! so, may you please use the HYPERLINKS to view my question.I feel sorry for that.
Maciej Los 6-Oct-19 14:38pm
   
No, you didn't update your question. You did not explain what's wrong with your code. All you have done, you added links to Microsoft forum.
phil.o 4-Oct-19 5:22am
   
If you want us to take the time to analyze your issue and provide meaningful answers, then don't you think the least you can do is take the time to describe it precisely?
mk2tk2 5-Oct-19 8:08am
   
I have updated my questions! i think there was some problem the hyperlinks which i added that they didn't work. I have made them work! so, may you please use the HYPERLINKS to view my question.I feel sorry for that.

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Solution 1

This has nothing to do with Entity Framework. EF is used for "selecting" and "updating"; that's it.

You "select" the records you need via a query.

The results from the query (i.e. you're not "in EF" anymore) are then "grouped" using LINQ (in your program).

So, step 1, select (query) records.
   

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