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DAAB 2.0 Vs DAAB in Enterprise Application blocks

hi,

im seriously looking for right answer ....

We are developing windows application in c#.
I implemented DAAB(Data Access Application Block) 2.0 in our application.
One of the senior asked me to implement DAAB in enterprise library.

I said DAAB 2.0 having more performance(data accessing) compare to
enterprise library DAAB. And we not using the features of DAAB in enterprise
library.

Then why should I implement DAAB in Enterprise library....

thanks a lot.....

Nov 17 '05 #1
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Personally, I like the Enterprise Library. I thought that the
Enterprise Library had the latest version of the DAAB. I like the
Enterprise Library better because it is properly refactored so that things
such as configuration and the like are handled by a core set of libraries,
and the layout is just much better.

Your boss might be right (surprizingly).

Hope this helps.
--
- Nicholas Paldino [.NET/C# MVP]
- mv*@spam.guard.caspershouse.com

"veera sekhar kota" <ve**************@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:62**********************************@microsof t.com...
hi,

im seriously looking for right answer ....

We are developing windows application in c#.
I implemented DAAB(Data Access Application Block) 2.0 in our application.
One of the senior asked me to implement DAAB in enterprise library.

I said DAAB 2.0 having more performance(data accessing) compare to
enterprise library DAAB. And we not using the features of DAAB in
enterprise
library.

Then why should I implement DAAB in Enterprise library....

thanks a lot.....

Nov 17 '05 #2
Hi Nicholas,

Im talking abt my personal experiance...
DAAB 2.0 is more data accessing speed comparitive DAAB in Enterprise
library...
and see the inside architecture of those blocks from the begginning onwards,
its getting changing....In DAAB 2.0 its very nice SqlHelper to access the
data.
For DAAB in enterprise library, is slow data access comparitive to DAAB 2.0.
and Im not using those features in DAAB in enterprise library.
I have couple of answers to tell DAAB 2.0 is good comparitive DAAB in
enterprise library,
like data accessing is fast ,
client backend is only SqlServer
Its a windows application
and im not using features having DAAB in enterprise library....

Do u have any reasons to oppose my views?

"Nicholas Paldino [.NET/C# MVP]" wrote:
Personally, I like the Enterprise Library. I thought that the
Enterprise Library had the latest version of the DAAB. I like the
Enterprise Library better because it is properly refactored so that things
such as configuration and the like are handled by a core set of libraries,
and the layout is just much better.

Your boss might be right (surprizingly).

Hope this helps.
--
- Nicholas Paldino [.NET/C# MVP]
- mv*@spam.guard.caspershouse.com

"veera sekhar kota" <ve**************@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:62**********************************@microsof t.com...
hi,

im seriously looking for right answer ....

We are developing windows application in c#.
I implemented DAAB(Data Access Application Block) 2.0 in our application.
One of the senior asked me to implement DAAB in enterprise library.

I said DAAB 2.0 having more performance(data accessing) compare to
enterprise library DAAB. And we not using the features of DAAB in
enterprise
library.

Then why should I implement DAAB in Enterprise library....

thanks a lot.....


Nov 17 '05 #3
If DAAB 2.0 works for you then by all means, use it. However, EL's DAAB has
abstracted away binding to a specific relational database by incorporating
the factory pattern and providers. Plus, it works very well with the rest of
the blocks and you can use the EL Configuration Tool to configure it.

I am curious where the performance falls down for you. Is it because there
is some instrumentation which causes a perf hit? Is there a specific
bottleneck somewhere? Do you have more specifics on where the perf hit
occurs? I ask b/c if its just the instrumentation, you can compile that out
(or just remove it) and then you still data access with all the benefits of
abstraction and configurabiity.

But again, if 2.0 works for you just fine, then that's great.

"veera sekhar kota" wrote:
Hi Nicholas,

Im talking abt my personal experiance...
DAAB 2.0 is more data accessing speed comparitive DAAB in Enterprise
library...
and see the inside architecture of those blocks from the begginning onwards,
its getting changing....In DAAB 2.0 its very nice SqlHelper to access the
data.
For DAAB in enterprise library, is slow data access comparitive to DAAB 2.0.
and Im not using those features in DAAB in enterprise library.
I have couple of answers to tell DAAB 2.0 is good comparitive DAAB in
enterprise library,
like data accessing is fast ,
client backend is only SqlServer
Its a windows application
and im not using features having DAAB in enterprise library....

Do u have any reasons to oppose my views?

"Nicholas Paldino [.NET/C# MVP]" wrote:
Personally, I like the Enterprise Library. I thought that the
Enterprise Library had the latest version of the DAAB. I like the
Enterprise Library better because it is properly refactored so that things
such as configuration and the like are handled by a core set of libraries,
and the layout is just much better.

Your boss might be right (surprizingly).

Hope this helps.
--
- Nicholas Paldino [.NET/C# MVP]
- mv*@spam.guard.caspershouse.com

"veera sekhar kota" <ve**************@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:62**********************************@microsof t.com...
hi,

im seriously looking for right answer ....

We are developing windows application in c#.
I implemented DAAB(Data Access Application Block) 2.0 in our application.
One of the senior asked me to implement DAAB in enterprise library.

I said DAAB 2.0 having more performance(data accessing) compare to
enterprise library DAAB. And we not using the features of DAAB in
enterprise
library.

Then why should I implement DAAB in Enterprise library....

thanks a lot.....


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