Just to sum up and to avoid any misunderstanding for the future readers of this thread:
- The IObjectScope is a part of the old API of Telerik OpenAccess ORM, also referred to as Classic API.
- In the new Domain Model-based API (actually the underlying object is OpenAccessContext), there is no support for OQL.
- Since the new API is built based on the Classic API, the scope is wrapped in the OpenAccessContextBase and can be exposed through the method OpenAccessContextBase.GetScope()
. This way you can benefit from the Visual Designer and the Domain Model and still use OQL.
- In general, we recommend usage of LINQ on our OpenAccessContext rather than OQL on the old IObjectScope.
Do not hesitate get back to us if you need any clarification or further details on the subject.
the Telerik team
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