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Posted 20 Dec 2007

LINQ Challenges and SQL Server Compact Edition

, 25 Mar 2008 CPOL
Overcoming challenges with LINQ to SQL and using LINQ with SQL Server Compact Edition.
using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Text;

namespace TimeApp.DataAccess {

	/// <summary>
	/// Indicates the type of comparison with estimated durations that are provided for tasks/projects.
	/// </summary>
	public enum EstimationComparisonType : byte {

		/// <summary>
		/// Overall calculations will sum all time entries for a task before comparing against the 
		/// estimated duration.
		/// </summary>
		Overall = 1,

		/// <summary>
		/// Repeating calculations will group time entries by 24-hour slices before comparing. 
		/// The start time for the 24-hour slice is defined in the program options.
		/// </summary>
		Repeating = 2



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I began programming on my Commodore 64 at around the age of 12. After migrating to DOS and then Windows, I decided to take on the Web. Several languages and platforms later, I have settled in with .NET nicely. I am currently the owner of a software consulting company and lead application developer for a learning-based technology consultation company.

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