Robert L. Stewart
robert at webedb.com
Tue Jul 31 12:14:42 CDT 2007
Michael, The SPs generated by netTiers go beyond a simple CRUD system. They generate a paged get like the first one you listed. But, they also generate a read by each of the foreign keys if you define then in the SQL DB. They are very good and what I use for development in Visual Studio. No, I do not use my CRUD generator for my VS development. It was developed for my day job where the environment is ColdFusion and Access 97. After doing ,Net development for the last 3 years, I finally found Codesmith and netTiers and will probably never write another data layer of my own again. I see no reason to reinvent the wheel when there is one that works so well already. Robert At 12:00 PM 7/31/2007, you wrote: >Date: Tue, 31 Jul 2007 16:33:46 +1000 >From: "Michael Maddison" <michael at ddisolutions.com.au> >Subject: Re: [AccessD] Going CRUD way... >To: "Access Developers discussion and problem solving" > <accessd at databaseadvisors.com> >Message-ID: <59A61174B1F5B54B97FD4ADDE71E7D01289B43 at ddi-01.DDI.local> >Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" > >Hi Guys, > >Heres a sample of the CRUD generated by NetTiers an a simple lookup >table. >I've used a couple of times now. >Of course it also generates all the C# objects to go with it. > >IMO for complex systems CRUD makes good sense.
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