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Refresh of datagrid

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 12, 2010    Points: 0   Category :WPF

Hi. I have a strange problem.

I am developing on SQL 2008 but deploying to SQL 2005. I need to return a UNION query to the client.

After a couple of hours of debugging I have come to the conclusion that the union query doesn't like running on the SQL 2005 version. When I run the following

dbx.Refresh(System.Data.Objects.RefreshMode.ClientWins, obList)

I get the following error (Which has limited hits on google)

{"The refresh attempt has failed because an unexpected entity was returned by the data source."}

It works fine on the SQL 2008 local version.

It works fine when I remove the UNION and only have one straight forward VIEW

Strange one, and one that may be a block for me.

In hope of a solution or at least some pointers would be gratefully accepted

Many thanks Scott

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