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      Matthieu MEZILMatthieu MEZIL supported this idea  · 
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        Matthieu MEZILMatthieu MEZIL commented  · 

        We already can do something like this.
        For example, I did it to add Table Valued Functions for example. (http://msmvps.com/blogs/matthieu/archive/2010/07/01/how-to-include-recursion-table-valued-functions-in-linq-to-entities-queries-with-ef4-v2.aspx). However, I think that it should be great to be able to use the EF materializer.

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          Matthieu MEZILMatthieu MEZIL commented  · 

          Why do you need it?

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            Matthieu MEZILMatthieu MEZIL commented  · 

            Hi Mike
            You can do it with EF4 even if it is less simple than the method you propose.
            I wrote a post on it http://msmvps.com/blogs/matthieu/archive/2009/10/07/ef-include-with-where-clause.aspx

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