I've been spending some time lately reviewing how companies are doing data access in .NET. When I look at how most of them have crufted up solutions, I am amazed. The model that Microsoft supports seems so obvious to me, but I am neck deep in it. I'd like to hear from my readers their specific experience with creating data access in .NET; with an eye to why or why not use COM+ for transactions; Typed DataSet or DataReaders; Business Objects or Messages. I am trying to understand where the community is.
Thanks in advance...
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