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From Juan Pablo Araya <juanpablo.ar...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: IbatisNet,Ibatis DataAccess and Connection Pooling
Date Mon, 10 May 2010 17:00:45 GMT
We use two SqlMap.configs in this case, and two Mapper class, based on:


Under the InitMapper() method, we set the direction of the sql for one
or another config:

-- For MapperFirst.cs---

        protected static void InitMapper()
            DomSqlMapBuilder builder = new DomSqlMapBuilder();
            XmlDocument sqlMapConfig =
            _Mapper = builder.Configure(sqlMapConfig) as SqlMapper;

-- For MapperSecond.cs---
        protected static void InitMapper()
            DomSqlMapBuilder builder = new DomSqlMapBuilder();
            XmlDocument sqlMapConfig =
            _Mapper = builder.Configure(sqlMapConfig) as SqlMapper;

Then under ibatis, you just use:


Greetings and sorry for  my poor english!

2010/5/10 Michael McCurrey <mmccurrey@gmail.com>:
> Your connection pooling should be handled through your ado.net connection
> string; both SQL Server and Sybase have configuration options for this.
> I personally use the Castle project for my IOC framework and it works really
> well.
> On Mon, May 10, 2010 at 2:10 AM, Chetan V Minajagi
> <chetan.v.minajagi@jpmchase.com> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> We have an application where we need to connect to two different databases
>> SQL server and Sybase.
>> We feel using ibatisNet Data Access we can configure connections to these
>> two datasources and will be able to have a nice way of seamlessly connecting
>> to multiple homogenous databases.
>> Also we are planning to use Enterprise Library for most things.Still not
>> sure which one Spring.Net /Enterprise library to pick though.
>> Either way if we use any of the two can you please let us know how to
>> configure ibatis configurations through this.Especially how do we use
>> connection pooling.
>> Can any one of you suggest a nice way of doing this?
>> Warm Regards,
>> Chetan
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Juan Pablo Araya
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