Why is that when using WCF RIA Services you get a MetaData file generated automatically for you in which all "partial" classes had dissapeared and now you have instead "internal sealed" classes?
How is all the customization going to be:UIHint, etc.? I know we can "overwrite" this method but what would be the purpose then of working with RIA templates?
RIA also doesn't work with LINQ.dbml files. You got an error message about the lack of support for the "Skip" function so you must edit the service class as to modify and include a "where" sentence which will do the trick for performing the "sort" operation. The problem with all of this is that you must work directly with the generated classes? What's the purpose of it?
Carlos Porras (El Salvador)
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