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I've been thinking about writing an article on DAABAF 3.1 for MSDN online.

Christa Carpentiere had these thoughts:

My interest in the DAAB is mainly on helping people out there to use it appropriately. The block itself is great, but there's no documentation on how to use it. So here I am, a developer in an environment with several SQL Server databases, and I want to write data access code for a new app, and I'd like to use the DAAB to help me do it. Where do I start? What are the difficulties? etc. I don't know if this is too ambitious for one article since I'm not sure how much material youy'll need to cover it, but it's a start :)

What else should I put in it?

Posted on Thursday, June 10, 2004 9:13 AM Database Practices , .NET Development | Back to top


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I meant: You call a static methory method off the main AdoHelper class
Left by Definitely... I am happy to co-a on Jun 22, 2004 6:47 AM

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Damon,
My thought have always been to write a fairly detailed HOWTO with a HOWTO on rolling your own helper. I've written the helper one already as part of 3.1, but I'd like to flesh it out a bit. Maybe I'd write a helper for MS Access or something as an example. I was hoping to think more on it this week.
Left by Chris J. Breisch on Jun 23, 2004 4:27 AM

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