Started by Peter DanielsSep 23, 2021

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how to do a simple subquery in LINQ?

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Anyone know how I can do a very simple/basic subquery in LINQ like so:

SELECT a.VendorID,a.Name,
(SELECT count(Agency_Code) from Contracts b where b.Vendor_Code = a.VendorID)

FROM Vendors a

just trying to get a count of the number of contracts each vendor has

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