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Default Using the DAAB in my design properly

Hi all,

 I am begining to write an online store for my company, and need some advice. I am looking at using the provide design pattern to implement my DAL. What i want to do, is not have to worry about my DAL code and use the Enterprise library fDAAB or my base DAL implementation of my data access code, becuase i know it contains all the funtionality i need. The problem is, i dont know if this is going to be overkill as i am going to have this structure for instance for my store component:

EL DAAB
StoreBase (Contains the abstract implementations of my methods)
SQL Server Implementation
Oracle Implementation
OleDB
etc
I am still learning the OO way, and sometimes it gets the better of me as i sometimes think to complex when it doesnt need to be, but does this sound ok to implement.

Input would be greatly appreciated!

 Thanks,

 Rob







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