SqlCrossApplyToCrossJoin.cs source code in C# .NET

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/ Dotnetfx_Win7_3.5.1 / Dotnetfx_Win7_3.5.1 / 3.5.1 / DEVDIV / depot / DevDiv / releases / Orcas / NetFXw7 / ndp / fx / src / DLinq / Dlinq / SqlClient / Query / SqlCrossApplyToCrossJoin.cs / 1 / SqlCrossApplyToCrossJoin.cs

                            using System; 
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Linq;
using System.Linq.Expressions;
 
namespace System.Data.Linq.SqlClient {
    using System.Data.Linq; 
 
 	/// 
	/// Turn CROSS APPLY into CROSS JOIN when the right side 
	/// of the apply doesn't reference anything on the left side.
	///
 	/// Any query which has a CROSS APPLY which cannot be converted to
	/// a CROSS JOIN is annotated so that we can give a meaningful 
 	/// error message later for SQL2K.
 	///  
	internal class SqlCrossApplyToCrossJoin { 
 		internal static SqlNode Reduce(SqlNode node, SqlNodeAnnotations annotations) {
			Reducer r = new Reducer(); 
			r.Annotations = annotations;
			return r.Visit(node);			
 		}
 
		class Reducer : SqlVisitor {
 			internal SqlNodeAnnotations Annotations; 
 
 			internal override SqlSource VisitJoin(SqlJoin join) {
				if (join.JoinType == SqlJoinType.CrossApply) { 
 					// Look down the left side to see what table aliases are produced.
					HashSet p = SqlGatherProducedAliases.Gather(join.Left);
					// Look down the right side to see what table aliases are consumed.
					HashSet c = SqlGatherConsumedAliases.Gather(join.Right); 
 					// Look at each consumed alias and see if they are mentioned in produced.
                    if (p.Overlaps(c)) { 
						Annotations.Add(join, new SqlServerCompatibilityAnnotation(Strings.SourceExpressionAnnotation(join.SourceExpression), SqlProvider.ProviderMode.Sql2000)); 
 						// Can't reduce because this consumed alias is produced on the left.
 						return base.VisitJoin(join); 
					}

 					// Can turn this into a CROSS JOIN
					join.JoinType = SqlJoinType.Cross; 
					return VisitJoin(join);
				} 
 				return base.VisitJoin(join); 
			}
 		} 
 	}
}

// File provided for Reference Use Only by Microsoft Corporation (c) 2007.
// Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
using System; 
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Linq;
using System.Linq.Expressions;
 
namespace System.Data.Linq.SqlClient {
    using System.Data.Linq; 
 
 	/// 
	/// Turn CROSS APPLY into CROSS JOIN when the right side 
	/// of the apply doesn't reference anything on the left side.
	///
 	/// Any query which has a CROSS APPLY which cannot be converted to
	/// a CROSS JOIN is annotated so that we can give a meaningful 
 	/// error message later for SQL2K.
 	///  
	internal class SqlCrossApplyToCrossJoin { 
 		internal static SqlNode Reduce(SqlNode node, SqlNodeAnnotations annotations) {
			Reducer r = new Reducer(); 
			r.Annotations = annotations;
			return r.Visit(node);			
 		}
 
		class Reducer : SqlVisitor {
 			internal SqlNodeAnnotations Annotations; 
 
 			internal override SqlSource VisitJoin(SqlJoin join) {
				if (join.JoinType == SqlJoinType.CrossApply) { 
 					// Look down the left side to see what table aliases are produced.
					HashSet p = SqlGatherProducedAliases.Gather(join.Left);
					// Look down the right side to see what table aliases are consumed.
					HashSet c = SqlGatherConsumedAliases.Gather(join.Right); 
 					// Look at each consumed alias and see if they are mentioned in produced.
                    if (p.Overlaps(c)) { 
						Annotations.Add(join, new SqlServerCompatibilityAnnotation(Strings.SourceExpressionAnnotation(join.SourceExpression), SqlProvider.ProviderMode.Sql2000)); 
 						// Can't reduce because this consumed alias is produced on the left.
 						return base.VisitJoin(join); 
					}

 					// Can turn this into a CROSS JOIN
					join.JoinType = SqlJoinType.Cross; 
					return VisitJoin(join);
				} 
 				return base.VisitJoin(join); 
			}
 		} 
 	}
}

// File provided for Reference Use Only by Microsoft Corporation (c) 2007.
// Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
                        

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