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I had to do something like this for my LINQ -> C++ back end. I ended up using an expression visitor that did the lifting. By the time it got called, relinq and others had moved the “new” of the tuple or custom object close to the de-reference. I’m not familiar with the SQL backend, but this might be useful:
This also strikes me as a routine that could be made pretty generic and included in a utility tool kit with the library as many (but perhaps not all users) would be interested in using it.