Monday, February 16, 2009
Those of us who develop with the .NET Framework have probably connected to a Microsoft SQL Server database at one time or another. If you’re using v3.5 of the Framework, you’ve probably even used the new LINQ to SQL object relational mapper to hook your web forms up to your database for easy data display and manipulation. But what happens if you aren’t using SQL Server? What if you want the same functionality – and ease of use – that LINQ to SQL provides, but need to use a different database technology? Enter OpenAccess.
Telerik’s OpenAccess ORM supports many of the most popular...