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    Using Telerik OpenAccess ORM with ServiceStack

    September 13, 2013 Share
    In this post we will guide you in using Telerik OpenAccess ORM together with ServiceStack to achieve a powerful and flexible Service-Oriented Architecture.
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    How to integrate OpenAccess ORM with NAnt

    August 27, 2013 Share
    In this short tutorial you will find out how to integrate the OpenAccess ORM Enhancer, injecting the change tracking functionality, in your NAnt build process.
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    Converting L2S Model to OpenAccess Domain Model

    October 14, 2010 Share
    As you might or might not know for some time now we have been working on a tool that would make migrating from Linq2Sql to Telerik OpenAccess a breeze. Yesterday (the 13th of October) we released an internal build including a beta version of the new Telerik OpenAccess Linq to SQL converter. In a few simple steps I would like to explain both how to use the tool and the capabilities and important considerations you should know about. First of all for the purpose of demonstrating the converter, we will use this simple LINQ to SQL model : The model contains the following items...
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    Tips on working with large models : Code Generation

    August 18, 2010 Share
    Say you have a large model with more than 500 mapped tables. Surely you will notice how the designer becomes a little unresponsive on saving. There is a simple explanation for this. By default OpenAccess generates a file per class. Every time you perform a save on the document code generation of all files is performed. This is basically generating content for each and every file, comparing this content with the one from the old file if available, and based on that writing it to the file system. And let’s of course not forget that we should also take into account the...
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    LINQ 101 Examples with Telerik OpenAccess ORM

    We all know that today LINQ is the most popular and easy way for processing data in the .NET community. In fact you can use almost all data sources you might think of: plain objects, XML or relational databases. While we have been offering an extensive LINQ support for months now, and we are continuously improving it, I don’t think it received the credit it deserves. So we decided to foster the awareness of our community towards the great LINQ support we provide with the Telerik OpenAccess ORM tool. Ok, easier said than done. What approach should we take with this one? A...