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missing elements in entity framework

Posted on 2014-08-08
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Last Modified: 2016-02-16

When using Linq to Sql you could click on it and see a list of the elements but not with Entity Framework?

Any idea what I am doing wrong?

I am wanting to see what is loaded in them from the database - the values...like a list of array data.

so in the picture below you can hover over the dim check and it shows a bunch of stuff...but no matter how much I drill down I don't see the data retrieved in it.

Thank you!
Question by:Joe Ruder
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apeter earned 1500 total points
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Hope this helps. The article tells about how to see the query  and their results  in Linq.


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