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Introduction Hello and apologies for the long delay between articles, I am now returning to the Entity framework.  Following on from the previous article (Entity Validation) I’m back to review the latest edition of the generic data access class. In the time between my original series of articles concerning disconnected […]

Update: Entity Framework Generic Data Access

Introduction Recently I began writing a series of articles demonstrating how you could take a blank Database schema and bring it all together with a fully integrated object relational mapping access model (Entity Framework) and then exposing the entire object graph via WCF web services in a completely detached mode.  […]

Flexible Data Operations with the Entity Framework V6 RC1

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Hi there and happy new year.  2011 promises to be quite an interesting year, and I hope that I can continue to contribute here at Sanders Technology.  To kick off the new year, I decided to revisit the Windows Workflow article I started late last year. A little while ago […]

A quick and dirty Rules Engine using Windows Workflow (Part ...

Recently I put my mind towards developing a fairly light rules based utility for applying various logical patterns on top of some linear business data.  Honestly, my initial thoughts were “oh no, not another boring rules based implementation” because we (ought to) know how boring that can be – and […]

A quick and dirty Rules Engine using Windows Workflow (Part ...

There’s going to be more to this in coming posts, but I thought I’d add all the articles I’ve been reading ahead of schedule.  The long and short of the story is this – I’ve managed to implement round trip CRUD operations using POCO (Plain Old CLR Objects) using a […]

Reading Ahead – ADO Entity Framework v4 and POCO Entities