I'm constructing a Dynamic LINQ query like this:
"Guid=Guid(\"" + entityId + "\")"
This is eventually passed into a
.Where() query, somewhere in the code that I call.
I'm getting this error:
ParseException: '.' or '(' expected
This seems to be because it doesn't find the
Guid property, but rather the
How can I query on the
Guid property of my object?
Guid is indeed a keyword. You can escape keyword identifiers by prefixing them with
The correct expression looks like this:
"@Guid=Guid(\"" + entityId + "\")"
Just to tidy up Kendall's answer I think the more elegant approach is to let Dynamic LINQ handle the type conversions by using parameterized queries.