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How do I store data from js in LINQ

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 21, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
 

tbl_Pn pn = new tbl_Pn()
            {

                Number = 1
                JavaScript= numberJavaScript
            };

            List<tbl_Pn ie = new List<tbl_Pn>();


            ie.Add(pn);
            db.tbl_Pns.InsertAllOnSubmit(ie);
            db.SubmitChanges();


How to get data in Linq

var geocoder, location1, location2, gDir;
    function initialize() {
        geocoder = new GClientGeocoder();
        gDir = new GDirections();
        GEvent.addListener(gDir, "load", function () {
            var drivingDistanceMiles = gDir.getDistance().meters / 1609.344;
            var drivingDistanceKilometers = gDir.getDistance().meters / 1000;

            document.getElementById('Button1').value = drivingDistanceKilometers.toFixed(0);

  


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