Using ADO (Was: RE: [Mono-devel-list] Stupid novice question)
jonpryor at vt.edu
Fri Mar 7 10:18:45 EST 2003
You need to specify the System.Data assembly on the command line:
mcs -r:System.Data Adaptor.cs
This is needed for any required assemblies other than corlib (mscorlib)
and (possibly?) System.
On Fri, 2003-03-07 at 10:04, Aleksey Sudakov wrote:
> > What database provider are you trying to use? Most of the generic
> > ADO.Net interfaces and base classes come from System.Data and
> > System.Data.Common.
> Well, I load (or at least try) providers dynamicly based on configuration
> file. The code looks like this:
> Assembly assembly = Assembly.Load("System.Data");
> result = (IDbConnection)assembly.CreateInstance(model.ConnectionType);
> And it fails to compile with "Cannot find type IDbConnection" error. All I
> did though is 'mcs Adaptor.cs'. Is there some special steps that need to be
> taken to compile code that uses ADO or should it comiple out of the box?
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