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LINQ to SQL - JOIN of tables stored on different servers

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Hello,

I work with VB2008 and SQL Server 2000.

I would like to make a JOIN between to SQL tables that are stored on
different servers. How should I write the LINQ statement(s) ?

Thank you for your help.
Gilbert
Sep 1 '08 #1
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Gilbert Tordeur wrote:
Hello,

I work with VB2008 and SQL Server 2000.

I would like to make a JOIN between to SQL tables that are stored on
different servers. How should I write the LINQ statement(s) ?

Thank you for your help.
Gilbert

Gilbert,

I don't think you can do it in Linq. You would have to either create a
view or use a stored procedure to do it and then use the view / SP in
the Linq statement.

LS
Sep 1 '08 #2

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Gilbert,

Keep in mind that Linq is basicly a querry tool (although it has strong
features to update SQL servers)

Linq to SQL is only a part of Linq.

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Hello,

I work with VB2008 and SQL Server 2000.

I would like to make a JOIN between to SQL tables that are stored on
different servers. How should I write the LINQ statement(s) ?

Thank you for your help.
Gilbert
Sep 2 '08 #3

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