Expression Trees: Part 3 – Setting Properties

This is part of a series of blog post about expression trees in .NET 4.0.  The past blog entries are: Basics (1) Fetching Properties (2)  In this article, I’ll cover using Expression Trees (ET) for setting properties. I’ll use the same object model I’ve used in the last article for examples: public class Employee { … More Expression Trees: Part 3 – Setting Properties

Expression Trees: Part 2 – Fetching Properties

This is part of a series of blog post about expression trees in .NET 4.0.  The past blog entries are: Basics (1) In this article, I’ll cover using Expression Trees (ET) for fetching properties. In this article, I’ll use the following classes: public class Employee {     public string FirstName { get; set; }     … More Expression Trees: Part 2 – Fetching Properties

Entity Framework 4.1: Bypassing EF query mapping (8)

This is part of a series of blog post about Entity Framework 4.1.  The past blog entries are: Basics (1) Override conventions (2) Deep Fetch vs Lazy Load (3) Complex Types (4) Many to Many Relationships (5) Optimistic Concurrency (6) Inheritance (7) In this final article, I’ll cover some ways to bypass EF query mapping. … More Entity Framework 4.1: Bypassing EF query mapping (8)