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Linq Data Context - connect from web part as application pool identity
I have an assembly with linq to sql mappings and I'd like to utilize it in my webpart. But when I try following: DataList dataList = new DataList(); dataList.DataSource = DB.Foo; ...
Jan 30 '12 at 14:49
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