• .NET

    Reverse engineering step by step

    Hi everybody, My name is Jan Blessenohl and I am working on the new Telerik object relational mapper named OpenAccess ORM. In the next posts I would like to guide you through the first steps with OpenAccess. This post is about reverse engineering. The following posts will use this feature to build running applications. - OpenAccess comes with 2 possible ways to generate the persistent model: Forwad Mapping: Write the persistent classes first and let then OpenAccess generate the database schema. Reverse Engineering: Design the database schema first, let OpenAccess read it and then create all the classes for you. This step by step...
    November 14, 2008
  • Company News

    Telerik OpenAccess ORM licensing and pricing

    Immediately after word got out that we acquired Vanatec, customers started asking us what are our plans for the tool, how much it is going to cost and whether they would get it for free or they would have to upgrade. While we will be releasing information about our future plans for OpenAccess and will publish the ORM roadmap in the weeks to come, I wanted to make a quick note about licensing. The good news for customers with an all-inclusive subscription is that they will get the tool free of charge, as well as any updates that are out during their subscription....
    October 15, 2008
  • .NET

    Telerik Enters the ORM Space

    We are very excited to announce that Telerik has expanded into the ORM marketplace with the acquisition of Vanatec, a German-based company. Vanatec has developed a remarkable ORM product since its inception in 2005. As they join the Telerik fold, you can expect to see OpenAccess grow with new and advanced features in releases to come, including improved LINQ support and tight integration with existing Telerik controls. OpenAccess ORM will be officially available as a standalone product or a part of the Telerik Premium Collection in early November as a part of the Q3 2008 release. With the addition of this...
    October 10, 2008