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How do I  use a IQueryable return

Posted on 2010-09-13
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I am using Sillverlight 4 Business Application
The Domain Service returns a EntityQuery

DomainService
public IQueryable<NFe_C_emit> GetNFe_C_emit()
        {
            return this.ObjectContext.NFe_C_emit;
        }

My xaml
private void btnPesquisar_Click(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e)
        {

            dataGrid1.ItemsSource = db.GetNFe_C_emitQuery();
        }

ERROR
Cannot implicitly convert type 'System.ServiceModel.DomainServices.Client.EntityQuery<NFe.Web.NFe_C_emit>' to 'System.Collections.IEnumerable'

Questions:
1) How can I convert this to a IEnumerable<> for use in a DataGrid
2) How can I access row by row of this return.

Thanks


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Question by:Plexo
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kris_per earned 500 total points
ID: 33667259

You have to use LoadOperation in between:

LoadOperation<NFe_C_emit> loadOp = db.GetNFe_C_emitQuery();
dataGrid1.ItemsSource = loadOp.Entities;

// to access it row by row

List<NFe_C_emit> list =  loadOp.Entities.ToList();
foreach(NFe_C_emit item in list)
{
   
}

Also check out the following links:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff422488(v=VS.91).aspx
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1486750/c-silverlight-with-entity-framework-change-return-type-on-autogenerated-entity
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by:Plexo
ID: 33669304
The LoadOperation worked well for the DataGrid.
However for the List does not work.
The operation [for each] performed before bringing the record.
As I await the end of the operation to run [for each]?

<OK>
        private void btnPesquisar_Click(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e)
        {
            EntityQuery<NFe_C_emit> query =
                from c in _customerContext.GetNFe_C_emitQuery()
                select c;
            LoadOperation<NFe_C_emit> loadOp = this._customerContext.Load(query);
            dataGrid1.ItemsSource = loadOp.Entities;
        }

<NOT WORK>  
      private void btnSelecionar_Click(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e)
        {
            EntityQuery<NFe_C_emit> query =
                from c in _customerContext.GetNFe_C_emitQuery()
                select c;
            LoadOperation<NFe_C_emit> loadOp = this._customerContext.Load(query);
            List<NFe_C_emit> list = loadOp.Entities.ToList();
            foreach (NFe_C_emit item in list)
            {
                textBox1.Text = item.xNome;
            }
        }
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Expert Comment

by:Gururaj Badam
ID: 33669407
dataGrid1.ItemsSource = db.GetNFe_C_emitQuery().AsEnumerable<NFe_C_emit>();
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Expert Comment

by:Gururaj Badam
ID: 33669409
for that to work you should have added System.Data.DataSetExtensions reference to your project
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Assisted Solution

by:kris_per
kris_per earned 500 total points
ID: 33670096
To loop through the items after records are loaded, you can use Completed event of LoadOperation:

LoadOperation<NFe_C_emit> loadOp = this._customerContext.Load(query);

loadOp.Completed += (sender, args) => 
{ 
    List<NFe_C_emit> list = ((LoadOperation<Employee>)sender).Entities.ToList();
    foreach (NFe_C_emit item in list)
    {
       // use item object
    }
}; 

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