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desiredRecords = (from e in MdmsContext.ExtractSchedule
                                  join u in MdmsContext.ExtractDefinition on e.ExtractID 
                                  equals u.Id
                                  where u.TenantId == Context.TenantId
                                  select new
                                  {
                                      e.Id,
                                      e.ExtractName,                                 
                                      e.NextRunTime
                                  }).OrderByDescending(x => x.Id)


What I have tried:

Please convert this into sql form.
does it mean -
Select Id,ExtractName,NextRunTime from ExtractSchedule e join ExtractDefinition u on e.ExtractID=u.Id order by u.id desc;
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Updated 30-Aug-21 8:00am
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OriginalGriff 30-Aug-21 6:36am
   
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Himansh jain 30-Aug-21 7:26am
   
Select Id,ExtractName,NextRunTime from ExtractSchedule e join ExtractDefinition u on e.ExtractID=u.Id order by u.id desc;

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Try this:

SQL
SELECT e.Id, e.ExtractName, e.NextRunTime
FROM ExtractSchedule AS e 
    INNER JOIN ExtractDefinition AS u ON e.ExtractID = u.Id AND u.TenantId == @TenantId
ORDER BY e.Id DESC
   

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