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Linq statement _MyList .Where(c => c.ListItem.Contains(txt.Text)); generates invalid sql like syntax

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I am running code like the code below to filter my results in _MyList, this code has ran for ages without any problems but it is now not working for some reason. I had a look at the sql that is being generated and it is building an invalid where clause like this

Result of sql generated from linq code
WHERE [t].[MyColumn] LIKE %12345%


Here is the linq code
_MyList = _MyList .Where(c => c.ListItem.Contains(txt.Text));

Be very grateful for your help.
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Is tour column of a numeric datatype? Have You tried to Cast with a .tostring?
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