Telerik blogs
  • Productivity

    Telerik OpenAccess ORM in Web Applications

    This blog post shows the best practices that are most important when using Telerik OpenAccess ORM in web applications or even in more complex, distributed environments.
    September 24, 2013
  • Productivity

    Using Encrypted Connection Strings with Telerik OpenAccess ORM

    This article demonstrates how you can use encrypted connection strings with Telerik OpenAccess ORM within your web applications.
  • Release

    Telerik OpenAccess ORM Q3 2011 – Connection pool types

    With the Q3 2011 release of Telerik OpenAccess ORM we introduced three connection pool type settings. The OpenAccess Connection Pool, OpenAccess Connection Pool with OpenAccess Connection Management and the ADO Connection Pool. This blog post will show how these types can be used and when it makes sense to make use of them.     OpenAccess Connection Pool   With the type set to OpenAccess Connection pool, Telerik OpenAccess ORM will handle the connection pooling internally. Therefore a set of ADO connections is created that are maintained by the product. All settings for the connection pooling behavior can be configured via the settings dialog or...
    November 21, 2011
  • Productivity

    Telerik OpenAccess ORM - Executing an Oracle stored procedure that returns result sets

    In this blog post I will describe how easy it is, to work with the Telerik OpenAccess lower level ADO API and Oracle Stored Procedures that are returning SYS_REFCURSOR as out parameters.   The Setup For the following examples we are using a basic Console Application project, which should be enough for the purpose of this blog. We have added a Domain Model to our Solution with two Domain Classes(‘Category’ and ‘Product’). Further we added the ODP.NET Driver from Oracle( you can get it from here), which should be installed on your machine as well.     On the Oracle database, we have created 2...