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Default QueryTranslators and international characters

Im trying out the code in Chapter 7 and the library sample project.

The method CreateQueryAndObjectParameters() creates new ObjectParameters(). This fails with international characters:

This one does work: new ObjectParameter("test", 1)
This one throws an error: new ObjectParameter("täst", 1)

The problem is when the first parameter includes Swedish characters like å, ä, ö. I get the following error message:
The specified parameter name 'täst' is not valid. Parameter names must begin with a letter and can only contain letters, numbers, and underscores. Parameter name: name

Why doesn’t this work? It seems strange if international characters are not supported! Any suggestions or is it by design?

Great book by the way ...

/Stefan
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Hi Moguls,

Thanks for buying the book! :0)

So "täst" is a property of one of entities? Hmmm not sure I think you would have to ask the Entity Framework team about that one.

I am currently in the process of redesigning the query object to use Linq expression trees rather than my hand rolled solution so this might solve your issues. This will also alleviate the need for a query translator as well.

Check out the project page http://aspnetdesignpatterns.codeplex.com/, I will update this post when I get the new source code up which shouldn't be too long now.

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