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Old January 10th, 2007, 05:09 PM
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Default How good is ADO.NET vNext CTP now?

Hi to all,

Some years ago I have made some experiences with #8216;ADO.NET vNext CTP#8217; predecessor ObjectSpaces. Some while ago I also made my experiences with an O/R mapper (EntityBroker) from THONA Software & Consulting Ltd..
No I will give #8216;ADO.NET vNext CTP#8217; a chance.
How good is Microsoft now?
Is #8216;ADO.NET vNext CTP#8217; better than ObjectSpaces? And when YES which changes Microsoft has done?
Use anyone from you #8216;ADO.NET vNext CTP#8217;? Productive? J

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Old January 11th, 2007, 01:50 AM
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Don't really understand much of the post but I think Microsoft has abandoned ObjectSpaces in favour of LINQ.

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