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Linq to SQL Ieditable

Hi,

i have a Suppliers class with Ieditableobject for LinqToSQL.

is this structure of the window is right?
private static dataclassDataContext _dataDC = new OdataclassDataContext();
        ObservableCollection<tbl_Supplier> supplier = new ObservableCollection<tbl_Supplier>();

       
        public TemplateDataBinding()
        {    
            InitializeComponent();
           
            DataContext = supplier;
        }

        private void RadWindow_Loaded_1(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e)
        {
                     var allsuppliers =
                     from as in _dataDC.tbl_Suppliers
                            select as;
                             foreach (var i in userDetails)
                            {
                              supplier.Add(i);
                            }
                         ......
public tbl_Supplier obj;

private void suppliersdf_CurrentItemChanged(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
    obj = ((sender as RadDataForm).CurrentItem as tbl_Supplier);
    Supplier s = new Supplier(obj); // Supplier is the IeditableObject Class
}

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i am using RadDataForm(suppliersdf that supports IeditableObject and INotifyPropertyChange, i thought that all the logic of the CRUD is done by the Ieditable Object Class, i only need to give it as datacontext.
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Gautham Janardhan

8/22/2022 - Mon
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