- Can you send me a coupon code?
- Does Linqer support RIGHT JOIN conversion?
- Why Linqer cannot convert date strings?
- Does Linqer support User Defined Functions?
- Does Linqer support INSERT, DELETE, and UPDATE statements conversion?
- Does Linqer support T-SQL statements conversion?
- The default language is C#, how can I switch it to the Visual Basic?
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[LINQ does not support RIGH JOIN, but Linqer can convert RIGHT JOIN to LEFT JOIN in some cases. In some complex situations RIGHT JOIN to LEFT JOIN conversion is impossible.]
[Date strings can have different international format, which is impossible to recognize. The day and month position in a date string are unknown. To avoid hidden bugs, Linqer leaves the date string for the manual conversion. For example "01/10/2009" can be manually converted to new System.DateTime(2009, 1, 10) or to new System.DateTime(2009, 10, 1) depending on the day and month position in the string.]
[Yes. Linqer supports INSERT, DELETE, and UPDATE statements conversion since version 2.5.]
[Linqer does not support T-SQL in full format. SELECT,INSERT,UPDATE,DELETE statements are supported with some restrictions.]
[The language can be chosen on the Edit Connection dialog. If you change the language, do not forget to regenerate your dbml and designer files.]