First I would like to thank you for your valuable input. As it turns out there is a bug in the visualization of the stored procedures mappings. Even though the value is saved and it is not displayed in the details editor. If you are not convinced you can easily check this out by opening the rlinq file with a default xml editor in the Rlinq -> Runtime -> orm:namespace -> orm:class node you can find the definition of a serialized class. If you look around you will find the procedure mapping to have a field-name attribute that holds the property this parameter is mapped to.
The problem here is that we fully support mapping to procedures only with MS SQL. While you might be able to create such and map procedures to a model using MySql it is almost sure that you will find yourself in trouble. As a starting point I suggest configuring the views to not use any concurrency control. You can do this by selecting the view in the diagram and clicking F4, this will open up the property pane for this class.
You should note that when you create a procedure through the property pane it is not persisted to the database. In order to do so you have to open up the Update Database from Model Wizard and generate a script that would update your database with the desired procedure. We have found out that in some cases the wizard will try to generate a table with the name of the view. If that is the case just copy and execute only the parts you need from the create procedure scripts.
When you have this setup, I would suggest modifying the procedures that you have just created.
I do hope this helps. Do not hesitate to contact us back if you need assistance or face further issues. Please find your Telerik points updated for reporting this bug.
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