In my database I have a table that looks like this Master(ID, Name, Attr1...). Every ID will have at least 1 entry in additional tables that have additional attributes. Those tables specialize the ...
I want to use an ORM with a legacy database, but I don't want to expose some of the underlying data types. For example, some of the columns are nullable doubles or floats and I want my domain model to ...
Suppose I have code which retrieves an object and modifies it and submits it via any ORM from a web application. Below is the pseudo code: First request var objCust = ...
When I read pro and con lists of using Entity Framework (or any modern ORM really), I'm surprised that the following point doesn't arise (self quote): Using strongly-typed domain entities allows ...
I am learning LINQ to SQL (and planning to learn Entity Framework). Initially I used a abstraction layer to convert LINQ to SQL entities into a domain objects. Later I discovered the “Inheritance ...
I'm working in a project that use nhibernate as orm. Is there any benefit for me to use sharp architecture? what is these benefits?
I work at a company that only uses stored procedures for all data access, which makes it very annoying to keep our local databases in sync as every commit we have to run new procs. I have used some ...