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I used to think query builders were GUI apps that allowed you to select tables and make joins graphically while generating SQL under the hood, but now I understand that you also call query builders the APIs that provide a way of not having to create pure SQL queries, so abstracting yourself of potential differences in SQL flavors. Using such query builders ...


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i will provide an answer based on the readme file of a custom SQL builder of mine (Dialect) (plain text follows, removed library-specific references) Requirements Support multiple DB vendors (eg. MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite, MS SQL / SQL Server, Oracle, DB2, .. ) Easily extended to new DBs ( prefereably through a, implementation-independent, config setting ...


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Adding another answer as have not seen a reference to build systems like make which uses DAG to find out dependencies for building. More details here


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This is the preferred method of extending the EF data classes. You can add almost anything. I had a situation where I needed to use different annotations (replacements for the validation, as the defaults weren't sufficient for my needs). Microsoft provides plenty of examples to do this.


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The definition of a Framework has evolved. When Sun released the Java collections framework, it was just a fancy way of saying "library". Today, a framework means more than that. It's code that hosts your code. It calls your code versus your code calling it. (The Hollywood Principle) From Martin Fowler: "Inversion of Control is a key part of what makes ...



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