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XML schema from Entity Frameworks V4, Visual studio 2010

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Hello there i would like to know if it is possible to make XML scheme from the Visual studio tool entity frameworks? if so how would i go about it? if not then is LINQ included as an add on of Visual studio 2010

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by:Fernando Soto
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Hi NeoAshura;

Not sure what you mean by, "XML schema from Entity Frameworks V4", can you explain what you want to do?

To your question, " is LINQ included as an add on of Visual studio 2010", Not an add-on, Linq is a part of Visual Studio 2010 development system and can be used with the Entity Framework.

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Its ok problem solved now, what i was trying to do was get the automaticily generated XML schema from the model that you can create with the interface.

problem solved now thanks found a way how to get it.
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found own soloution.
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