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Provider factory for Mobile / Compact Framework

Hello,

I am about to write an app for Pocket PC 2003 / Windows CE / Mobile 5 (don't
know which yet) from which I need to query both SQL Server Express 2005 and
SQLCe. I would like to be able to use a provider factory to not have to
duplicate code.

ADO 2.0 has DbProviderFactory, but it is not available in the .NET Compact
framework. I could write my own provider factory "the old way" using
IDbConnection, etc., but I rather not reinvent that wheel.

Can anyone point me to source for a good data access provider factory (C #,
please) that works in .NET Compact framework?

Thanks,
Larry


Nov 24 '07 #1
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Hello Larry,

I'd recommend to look at Mobile Client Software Factory.
Not completely sure that it's exist there, but logically it might be

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LHello,
L>
LI am about to write an app for Pocket PC 2003 / Windows CE / Mobile 5
L(don't know which yet) from which I need to query both SQL Server
LExpress 2005 and SQLCe. I would like to be able to use a provider
Lfactory to not have to duplicate code.
L>
LADO 2.0 has DbProviderFactory, but it is not available in the .NET
LCompact framework. I could write my own provider factory "the old
Lway" using IDbConnection, etc., but I rather not reinvent that wheel.
L>
LCan anyone point me to source for a good data access provider factory
L(C #, please) that works in .NET Compact framework?
L>
LThanks,
LLarry
Nov 25 '07 #2

"Michael Nemtsev [MVP]" <ne*****@msn.comwrote in message
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Hello Larry,

I'd recommend to look at Mobile Client Software Factory.
Not completely sure that it's exist there, but logically it might be
Thanks for the suggestion - I'll check it out.

Larry
Nov 25 '07 #3

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