The above query will return a list of transactions and the days aging exmaple
Dim dt2=datetime.now Dim qry = From tr In DataContext.TransactionMain _ Where tr.TransactionDate < dt2 _ Let DaysAging = DiffDays(tr.DueDate, dt2) _ Select tr.Customer.CustomerID,tr.Amount, DaysAging
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