Collection<TEntity>.Create Source Query Method
Returns an object query that, when it is executed, returns the same set of objects that exists in the current collection.
public: System::Data::Objects::ObjectQuery<TEntity> ^ CreateSourceQuery();
public System.Data.Objects.ObjectQuery<TEntity> CreateSourceQuery ();
override this.CreateSourceQuery : unit -> System.Data.Objects.ObjectQuery<'Entity (requires 'Entity : null)>
Public Function CreateSourceQuery () As ObjectQuery(Of TEntity)
When the object is in an Added state.
This example is based on a modified version of the . This version supports table-per-type inheritance with
Course as an abstract type. Complete the walkthrough to modify the School model to support the table-per-type inheritance example used in this topic.
This example shows how to use CreateSourceQuery to filter objects in an EntityCollection<TEntity> and bind only to objects of a specific type. For a complete version of this example, see How to: Bind Controls to Derived Types.
This property is used to obtain a new instance of ObjectQuery<T> that returns the same set of objects. This is useful as the starting point for a more complex join, union, or filtered query, or to return the same objects in a detached state by using the NoTracking option.