[Mono-devel-list] Getting Started

Mark Easton mark.easton at blinksoftware.co.uk
Tue Sep 30 03:58:22 EDT 2003

There's a few other open source ORMs that I'm aware of, which are in
various states of progress:

Sisyphus - http://sourceforge.net/projects/sisyphuspf/

Bamboo.Prevalence - (http://bbooprevalence.sourceforge.net/) - .NET
implementation of prevayler (Uses Memory and filesystem rather than DB)

SODA - http://sourceforge.net/projects/sodaquery - Data access API

NHibernate - http://sourceforge.net/projects/nhibernate/ - Persistenace
layer (based on Java's Hibernate)

MLF -http://sourceforge.net/projects/ag-mlf/

I'm sure you'll find one of these is just what you need


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You might check out <http://sourceforge.net/projects/ojb-net/>, which is

an OJB implemented i C#. I havn't tried it myself and the project is in 
pre-alpha phase, but it seems active anyway.


Met @ Uber wrote:

> I'm at the planning phase for a pretty big project and I'm trying to
> decide on Java or C#.  I was wondering if people could help me compare
> some pieces as I really don't know ANYTHING about C#.  For Java there
> a great tool called ObJectRelationalBridge (OJB), which is an
> Object/Relational mapping tool that allows transparent persistence for
> objects against relational databases.  Is there anything like this for
> C#, that is open?  As interesting as it would be to build them, I'm
> sure if we can afford the development time on that overhead.  Also,
> functional are C# WebServices through Mono?  Are there any running
> examples that I might be able to look through?  And finally, how
> portable/complete are Gtk#/Qt#?
> Any tips, pointers, comments, etc would be greatly appreciated.  I
> I'm just trying to get a general handle on things before I spend
> hours reading.
> Thanks in advance,
> ~ Matthew
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