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Default MySqlDataReader in WebSite Programming

I am using as a model Marco Bellinaso's ASP.NET 2.0 WebSite Programming. However, instead of a SqlClient layer I have a MySqlClient layer.

The statement: GetXCollectionFromReader(ExecuteReader(cmd));

will not compile. The message is 'Cannot convert from MySqlCommand to DbCommand. (cmd is of type MySqlCommand)

Are there any known issues in trying to implement a MySqlClient with Marco's structure? MySqlDataReader implements IDataReader so I'm not sure where the problem lies.





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