Monday, October 23, 2006

NHibernate Stuff

I hope this blog does not turn into just an index of Jeffrey Palermo posts, but he is often writing about something that I think will be useful to my current work. Now he's talking about NHibernate, which is the .NET port of the popular object-relational mapping framework for Java.

First is a post about autoflush mode, and the second is how typecasting affects an object's "dirty" state, both of which we will need to be aware if we choose to use NHibernate, which is likely unless we find that iBATIS.NET is a better fit for our current code and database schema.

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