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What Developement tool You are using?

Hi,

O/R mapping tools!! a well known name in software
development/Object-to-relational database system and certainly there
are nice number of vendors working on this technology.

I have found a nice bunch of companies listed in the article at
http://www.service-architecture.com/...l_mapping.html

Which one you have tried???

Jul 21 '05 #1
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Well, I DO the EntityBroker.

And it is about the only O/R maper that I am aware of that it used in a
larger product that is publicly available - the Powernodes CMS
(http://www.powernodes.com/) - from all other O/R mappers I seriously lack
any public references (as in: they propably are mostly used on websites only
or other stuff that is not sold as products).

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Regards

Thomas Tomiczek
THONA Software & Consulting Ltd.
(Microsoft MVP C#/.NET)
(CTO PowerNodes Ltd.)
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Still waiting for ObjectSpaces? Try the EntityBroker today - more versatile,
more powerfull.
And something in use NOW. for the projects you have to deliver - NOW.
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Hi,

O/R mapping tools!! a well known name in software
development/Object-to-relational database system and certainly there
are nice number of vendors working on this technology.

I have found a nice bunch of companies listed in the article at
http://www.service-architecture.com/...l_mapping.html

Which one you have tried???

Jul 21 '05 #2
We have used Wilson's OR Mapper (www.ormapper.net) in several commercial
applications and are very happy with it. At $50 it is exceptional value.
HTH.
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Hi,

O/R mapping tools!! a well known name in software
development/Object-to-relational database system and certainly there
are nice number of vendors working on this technology.

I have found a nice bunch of companies listed in the article at
http://www.service-architecture.com/...l_mapping.html

Which one you have tried???

Jul 21 '05 #3

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