If you haven’t realized it by now, you cannot do a LIKE without any magic on a XML column. If you do, you will get the following error : Argument data type xml is invalid for argument 1 of like function If you need to do a LIKE on a […]

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There has been a few times I needed to do a like statement in LINQ, but didn’t know exactly how to go about it. Just in case there are you out there looking for the same, I thought I would post what I did. For example, say you had this […]

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