[Mono-list] ADO.NET misunderstanding
abe.gillespie at gmail.com
Thu Jun 5 11:24:55 EDT 2008
One that I really love and have had great success with is SubSonic.
As opposed to NHibernate, it conforms to convention over configuration
and is a breeze to get running. Check out the plethora of videos if
you need convincing.
Now the previous version lacked true support for Postgres (though
there were some unofficial extensions running around), but you should
try and see if you can get the latest beta up & running. If you do, I
assure you it will quickly convince you of its usefulness.
Full disclosure - I'm in no way associated with the project ... just a
very happy user.
On Jun 5, 2008, at 11:14 AM, Tom Opgenorth wrote:
> If what you're looking for is an ORM, then you might want to take a
> peak at either NHibernate (http://www.nhibernate.org). NHibernate is
> the .NET port of Hibernate, the Java ORM. NHibernate is, IMHO, an
> excellent tool, but it does take some effort to learn.
> ActiveRecord (http://www.castleproject.org/activerecord/index.html),
> is a project from the Castle stack that tries simplifies the use of
> NHibernate. Here is a good presentation on ActiveRecord:
> (by Oren Eini and Hamilton Verissimo)
> On Thu, Jun 5, 2008 at 8:42 AM, pmatos <pocm at soton.ac.uk> wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> Initially I thought ADO.NET was like OJB for Java, an object
>> bridge. After some searching it just seems to be a connectivity API
>> different data sources but doesn't provide a object relational
>> bridge. Is
>> there anything similar to OBJ for C# in Mono?
>> Paulo Matos
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