Data Access Application Block from Microsoft’s Patterns and Practice

by DNB 9. November 2007 18:21

“Data Access Application Block” from Microsoft’s Patterns & Practice 2007-11-11 18:21 The Data Access Application Blocks reduces the need to write boilerplate code to perform standard tasks, It helps maintain consistent data access practices, both in an application and across the enterprise.

 I read “Data Access Application Block” from Microsoft’s patterns & practice.

Microsoft’s data access application blocks provide an easy way to add data access to any .net project. I have personally been using it for about 2 years and love it. It reduces the lines of code needed to access a database down to 1 line.

 “The Data Access Application Block has the following features:
• It reduces the need to write boilerplate code to perform standard tasks.
• It helps maintain consistent data access practices, both in an application and across the enterprise.
• It reduces difficulties in changing the physical database target.
• It relieves developers from learning different programming models for different types of databases.
• It reduces the amount of code that needs to be rewritten when porting applications to different types of databases. “


http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms954827.aspx

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