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Generally in the code
file, the persistent classes generated by Telerik Data Access have their properties ordered in the same order as the respective columns in the database table.
Note however that the order of the properties displayed in the Visual Designer
is alphabetical and therefore often different
than the actual order of the properties in the code
of the class. The order of the properties in the Visual Designer does not
impact the order of the properties in the code of the class. This could have potentially left you with the wrong impression regarding the property order.
With this in mind we would recommend you verify whether the property order in the code of the class indeed differs than the column order in the respective tables.
Additionally if you are interested in functionality that allows you to control the property order in the code of the classes through the visual designer, please do not hesitate to post a feature request at our public Ideas and Feedback portal
. Voting for the request will help us prioritize its potential implementation.
I hope this helps. Should you have additional questions or need help, feel free to post at our forums again.
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