Monthly Archives: January 2009

Learning some new tools

I an re-writing the London .NET User Group website which is old and long in the tooth. I like these personal projects because they form a great learning opportunity. I can explore new tools and frameworks without worrying about exposing … Continue reading 

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Introduction to NHibernate, pt. 4

Last time we started looking at the parts of an OO model that need translation to relational form when we looked at mapping relationships. This time we will look at another area where we need to translate: mapping inheritance hierarchies. … Continue reading 

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Introduction to NHibernate, Part 3

    Last time we looked at mapping an entity. This time we will look at mapping the entity’s relationships. Mapping Relationships  The collection types that NHibernate understands are: <set>, <list>, <map>, <bag>, <array> and <primitive-array>   <set> is the … Continue reading 

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