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From "Rahul Singh ( Anant )" <anantat...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Article on IBATIS on ASP.NET Website.
Date Sat, 09 Jul 2005 20:05:43 GMT
Who cares? 

It's on ASP.NET. People will hear about it. They will figure out how
to download it.

Rahul

On 7/9/05, Ron Grabowski <rongrabowski@yahoo.com> wrote:
> The link to download IBatisNet in the article is wrong:
> 
>  http://www.ibatis.com/common/download.html
> 
> I got the impression after reading the article that IBatisNet is just
> another of the many O/R mappers for .Net. We on the list know that its
> not!
> 
> Perhaps the article can be improved to include the following
> information:
> 
>  - The homepage for iBATIS: www.ibatis.com
>  - IBatisNet comes with a simple yet powerful cache engine
>  - Dynamic SQL support
>  - A link to the Quick Start guide on the Wiki
> 
> I think another good idea for an article would be to show how much less
> code it takes to make a typical group of CRUD methods for a User object
> as compared to plain ADO.Net.
> 
> --- "Rahul Singh ( Anant )" <anantatman@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> > I was looking at asp.net this morning and saw
> >
> > Thanks to Muhammad Mudassir who is on this list, a very simple
> > article
> > on how to use IBATIS was written and now is linked from a very
> > prominent site.
> >
> > "Yesterday! The Neutral Database Access Layer - IBATIS
> > You code your app and place your ad-hoc SQL statements and stored
> > Procs outside of the code in an XML file. Your code works against the
> > database and SQL specified in the XML."
> >
> > Great job Muhammad
> > --
> > Rahul Singh
> > CEO, Anant
> > rahul.singh@anant.us
> >
> 
> 


-- 
Rahul Singh
CEO, Anant
rahul.singh@anant.us

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