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What are you currently using for data access?


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What particular method/application are you using to communicate between your application and a database? Custom code with stored procedures? SubSonic? nHibernate? Entity Framework? LINQ?

2013/02/20
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2/20/2013 2:24:29 AM


I've been using NHibernate for the last year or so, and it's proved to be a really quick way of getting basic CRUD (almost) for free.

If this is something you're looking to get into, I can recommend Billy McCafferty's NHibernate best practices article on CodeProject:

http://www.codeproject.com/KB/architecture/NHibernateBestPractices.aspx

This has proven to be a great scalable and flexible solution and makes it easy to achieve a clear separation of the DAL from the other layers.

2008/09/05

We're using IdeaBlade on our projects. I've found it to be pretty easy to use.

2008/09/05

I used Hibernate in my previous job to connect to both MySql and Sql Server but I have since switched over to .NET so currently I work with LINQ and I really enjoy it.

2008/09/10

At work our code base is C++ and Perl and we talk to a MySQL database. For our interface we have some fairly thin custom classes wrapped around the basic MySQL client libraries for our C++ code and the DBI module for our Perl scripts.

2008/09/05

SubSonic and LINQ to SQL, hopefully one day soon LINQ to SubSonic though!

2008/09/05

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