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By narramissic
Published: Jun 21 2013 / 09:59

Twice in the past couple of months I’ve gotten tripped up by the same data issue when using LINQ to Entities in the .NET framework. I create a simple view in my database which performs some aggregation to return a resultset containing just two columns. Querying the view returns the expected results. Performing a LINQ query on the view returns incorrect and confusing results. Here's how i solved it
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