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05/06/2005

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SBC

nice to see that your books are *not* on your list of favorite books! ;-)

Christian

Of course I can't have my own books on the list. Otherwise there wouldn't be a place left for any other book ;-) Anyway, you can see my books in the left table of the bookpool-page. Umong them are my upcoming books Enterprise Services with the .NET Framework and Professional C# 2005.

Propoganda Minister

Please tell us you read more than stuff coming out of Microsoft? If not, well... You need to get around more.

Javier Luna

I believe that any DataLayer must be a simple code block, that they allow operations against DB. That code block would not have to know on the Business Entities. Single to specialize it is to execute the operations (Store Procedures and SQL Sentences) against the engine DB (SQL, Oracle, DB2, etc.), with which this setting. Finally, I invite to you to download the DataLayer.Primitives Public Version. This is very cool Data Layer :) DataLayer.Primitives - Readme! http://forums.microsoft.com/msdn/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=1389 Cheers, Javier Luna http://guydotnetxmlwebservices.blogspot.com/

Javier Luna

I believe that any DataLayer must be a simple code block, that they allow operations against DB. That code block would not have to know on the Business Entities. Single to specialize it is to execute the operations (Store Procedures and SQL Sentences) against the engine DB (SQL, Oracle, DB2, etc.), with which this setting. Finally, I invite to you to download the DataLayer.Primitives Public Version. This is very cool Data Layer :) DataLayer.Primitives - Readme! http://forums.microsoft.com/msdn/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=1389 Cheers, Javier Luna http://guydotnetxmlwebservices.blogspot.com/

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