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Code generator or content management solution

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Hi,

I was wondering if anybody can point me to a template or code generator
where I can point it to a database and it would automatically create the
insert/delete/update/search code. Another option is some sort of content
management solution. (low in cost, or free if possible)

My current issue is that we have a bunch of data that needs to be put into
tables from various parts of the organization. For example web site outage
times, helpdesk type tickets, inventory. The base data
input/retrieval/update code is most likely the same, with a few tweaks
depending on the application. In the current state we would just do data
gathering, and later reports on this aggregate data.

Do any of you have suggestions on code generation tools, or event a very
simple content management system? Our team is pretty thin on development,
and the development we have is already an overworked resource. The more
automated the system, the better.

Thanks


Nov 21 '05 #1
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Hey Eddie,
Yes - CodeSmith at http://www.codesmithtools.com/

This is a powerful tool with a big support community. It already includes SP
templates.

I blog about several CodeSmith techiques here:
http://timstall.dotnetdevelopersjour...a_analysis.htm

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Tim Stall
MCAD.Net
http://timstall.dotnetdevelopersjournal.com


"Eddie" wrote:
Hi,

I was wondering if anybody can point me to a template or code generator
where I can point it to a database and it would automatically create the
insert/delete/update/search code. Another option is some sort of content
management solution. (low in cost, or free if possible)

My current issue is that we have a bunch of data that needs to be put into
tables from various parts of the organization. For example web site outage
times, helpdesk type tickets, inventory. The base data
input/retrieval/update code is most likely the same, with a few tweaks
depending on the application. In the current state we would just do data
gathering, and later reports on this aggregate data.

Do any of you have suggestions on code generation tools, or event a very
simple content management system? Our team is pretty thin on development,
and the development we have is already an overworked resource. The more
automated the system, the better.

Thanks


Nov 23 '05 #2

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