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Shameless plug here today: I've talked about the Data Access Application Blocks here before, but today Connect for ADO.NET released support for the for the DAAB code blocks supplied in the Enterprise Libraries. You can now configure the DAAB with Connect for ADO.NET by following some quick and easy steps - scroll down for details...
The DAAB code blocks do an excellent job at abstracting away ADO.NET coding specifics, if you the architect is looking to shield your developers away from data source variances, particularly in a heterogeneous database environment Add the Connect for ADO.NET providers into the mix you can architect true code data blocks that offer SQL Leveling, best-in class performance and host of other features that bullet proof your blocks for many years to come.
Curious as to how to do this ? Use these instructions sourced from here, this is a quick guide to get your started. Great job from Betsy to get this together in such short space of time:
Configuring the Data Access Application Block consists of two parts:
Now, use the Enterprise Library Configuration Tool to add a new DAAB entry:
To add the DAAB to a new or existing application, perform these steps:
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