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...
I always forget this blog this, but when I am doing a database project using Typed DataSets, I almost always use a Component Surface to build my DataAdapters interactively. For example:
Here I add a component to my project:
At the Atlanta Geek Dinner this evening we got talking about a whole boatload of interesting topics. I promised that I would share a couple of interesting links. The first is to a blog called "OldNewThing" from a Microsoftie who explains why old school Windows stuff works the way it does. It's a must have every dev out there:
Anyone with a web enabled phone, I am trying to test how a calendar looks on phones but I only have so many. If you could visit this page (http://wildermuth.com/test) and click on the hyperlink on whether you can see the calendar or not, I'd really appreicate it!
As a huge Family Guy fan, I am happy and sad. I waited until after the Super Bowl and watched this show which comes from the twisted mind of Seth MacFarland. I am happy because the show was quite good, but it was only a tease. The show doesn't really start until May. Sad : (
In response to Sahil Malik's recent post on CLR Types as UDT's in Yukon, I have to say I prefer the Typed Xml in Yukon to CLR Types.
This month's geek dinner will be on February 10th. Let's all meet 5 Season's Brewing Company at 6pm!
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