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Igor Ignatov, Aug 12, 2011
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An overview of .NET type generation for NHibernate mapping collections.
Dino Esposito, Jan 17, 2011
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Let's explore what Entity Framework and NHibernate has to offer when it comes to their query capabilities.
Dino Esposito, Dec 15, 2010
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In this article, Dino Esposito introduces self-tracking entities.
Dino Esposito, Nov 22, 2010
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Where would you place caching in your layered solution? Two main patterns exist for caching in applications: Cache Aside and Cache Through.
Dino Esposito, Oct 18, 2010
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This article is about fetch plans-a recognized and common way for developers to instruct the O/RM about the structure of the SQL you desire.
Dino Esposito, Sep 09, 2010
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Last month I took the challenge of trying to compare Entity Framework (EF4) and NHibernate (NH) in a hopefully unbiased and feature-driven way. In this article, I'll start looking into some programming features such as lazy loading.
Dino Esposito, Aug 11, 2010
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A comparison on multiple database support in the Entity Framework and NHibernate O/RMs.
Gabriel Schenker, Sep 01, 2009
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In this part of the series about NHibernate and its sister product Fluent NHibernate, Gabriel Schenker introduces the auto mapping feature of Fluent NHibernate.
Gabriel Schenker, Apr 16, 2009
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In this second part Gabriel Schenker continues his overview of the NHibernate OR/M.
Gabriel Schenker, Apr 08, 2009
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In this series of articles Gabriel Schenker want to show and discuss which pieces are needed to successfully write an application based on NHibernate and Fluent NHibernate.
Alessandro Gallo, Feb 16, 2009
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Review of the book “Entity Framework Tutorial” by Joydip Kanjilal
Jordan Van Gogh, Dec 23, 2008
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Jordan van Gogh describes a way to manage ObjectContext lifespan and scope in the Business Logic Layer (BLL) of a small to medium sized ASP.NET web application.
Patrik Löwendahl, Oct 31, 2008
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Patrick Loewendahl talks about modeling domains with the Entity Data Model.
Chinh Do, Oct 31, 2007
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Chinh Do describes techniques to improve application performance with bulk operations using ODP.NET.
Xun Ding, Sep 10, 2007
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This article illustrates the translation to and from an ADO .NET DataSet and XML.
Eric Popivker, Nov 24, 2006
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In this article I would like to examine two-way data-binding in 3-tier web application and how using
XLib library can substantially decrease the amount of data-binding code without compromising the amount of control you have over it. I start by describing the ways data flow has been handled in 3-tier applications and how
XLib improves upon it.
Muhammad Mosa, Oct 06, 2006
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A transaction is a unit of work. You use transactions to ensure the
consistency and integrity of a database. If a transaction is successful, all of
the data modifications performed during the transaction are committed and made
permanent. If an error occurs during a transaction, you can roll back the
transaction to undo the data modifications that occurred during the transaction.
Keyvan Nayyeri, Sep 27, 2006
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SqlBulkCopy is a new feature in ADO.NET 2.0 that lets you to perform copy operation for a large amount of data between a source data store and a destination data table. In this article Keyvan introduces this new feature in .NET 2.0 and shows a sample application in action.