Entity Framework 7 is Missing Again

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Entity Framework 7 is Missing Again the original title of this post was "EF7: better late than never" but when I was learning more about Entity Framework 7's design I was somewhat disappointed. for me then main scenario for Entity Framework is SOA, where EF should be placed on the server side. as we all know server side should be stateless. but EF Team is keeping to ignore it as this scenario and focusing on stateful context. from my perspective the ORM 's best design is stateless server components + stateful client components which responsible of delegating command...
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EF should adopt the WAQS framework

Tuesday, May 7, 2013

EF should adopt the WAQS framework I was speaking with Matthieu MEZIL about his WAQS framework, it is a layer of abstraction over the Entity Framework which I think you should check out. Matthieu is working on it on his free time (currently as an open source) and it is amazing to see what he was able to achieve. this framework is already been in used by some of real word company and it is improving over time (today Matthieu is working on a new version...
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Bring Bulk insert into the ORM era

Monday, April 18, 2011

Bring Bulk insert into the ORM era modern application increasingly drifting toward Object Relational Mapping (ORM). but ORMs does not designed for bulk Insert operations, there were a few community solution, including this one, which deal with the issue, those solution are using the old ugly DataTable, which means ugly mapping from DTO to DataTable (and potential memory leak if the DataTable does not disposed).   this post will suggest alternative solution which will use relative small helper class that can convert any IEnumerable<T> into partial implementation of...
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