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Old June 21st, 2007, 01:48 AM
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Hello,

LINQ - a most awaited solution for ORM is out now. LINQ is the perfect solution, which was the most demanded solution for fetching data in a perfect way, without any limitations.

I was just wondering... (1) Will there be another book of Problem, design solution with the LINQ way or (2) The autor might provide few tips on implementing the BeerHouse/Instant Results Project with the LINQ way or... (3) The community might find the solution and place the revised code with LINQ solutions.

I am sure, LINQ will be the most discussed topic in near future, since MS has struggled for many years to get the best of solution to deal with Data, and LINQ is the final answer.

I think we should aslo start finding the answer for BeerHouse/Instant Result in LINQ way.

Do share your views about this suggestion here.

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SoftMind,

well, it's been spoken of a few times. the great thing with the beerhouse architecture is that you only need to change the sqlClient classes and the rest will follow, so adding LINQ into the equation (altho' not trivial) would be quite simple to implement. in fact, for new entities, using a templated solution would allow you to choose LINQ/SQLServer or whatever.

my guess is that any NEW version of the beerhouse would include both LINQ and AJAX to show these technologies working in an already 'proven' framework.


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