Wednesday, May 18, 2005

Oracle with .NET : A Killer Combo

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Context-sensitive online help
Easy-to-use stored procedures editor

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3 comments:

Javier Luna said...

I believe that any DataLayer must be a simple code block, that they allow operations against DB.

That code block would not have to know on the Business Entities. Single to specialize it is to execute the operations (Store Procedures and SQL Sentences) against the engine DB (SQL, Oracle, DB2, etc.), with which this setting.

Finally, I invite to you to download the DataLayer.Primitives Public Version.

This is very cool Data Layer :)

DataLayer.Primitives - Readme!
http://forums.microsoft.com/msdn/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=1389

Cheers,

Javier Luna
http://guydotnetxmlwebservices.blogspot.com/

Wajahat Abbas said...

Cool ...

But don't you think that it's making you out from being generic approch?

Hammad said...

thats true wajahat.
but think about enterprise who have invested heavily in Oracle Databases and Dataware houses, and now want to utilize power of .Net....