Sometimes you may need to look at the command, that’s created from your i.e. LINQ query and sent to database. Let’s say you have query like this:
var q = from m in e.master select m.t.Length;
You can cast the q into ObjectQuery and use the ToTraceString method to see the query:
This will show you the query, that’s sent to store you’re using (mainly relational database). Neat and easy.