This page demonstrates the use of Web Rule as a LINQ filter by allowing you to create custom data filters and apply them to LINQ To Entity queries executed against collections of the Entity objects Customer, Product and Order. Each of these entities represents a single SQL view declared in a test database. Refer to this documentation topic for details. Our demo projects provide the full implementation of this advanced search form using both ASP.NET and MVC platforms.
The editor on this page is pre-loaded with a fictitious filter on the Order entity. Change the entity, create a new filter, and click the Search button to see how Web Rule works with LINQ.