I am very excited of the Dataobjects system. But imagine beginner without any ORM experience. How could he learn from definitions like this: Entity – implementation of "Entity" artifact from DDD. It is an object in the domain model that is not defined by its attributes, but rather by a thread of continuity and identity.

asked Nov 14 '11 at 03:09

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I'm afraid, we don't have such a source of information. DataObjects.Net is positioned as an advanced ORM framework, so the overwhelming majority of our users have already tried other ORMs (or even made their own ones) but considered them as inefficient in comparison with DataObjects.Net.

If you need a manual for beginners you may try reading Hibernate/NHibernate book, there is some ORM-related theory in the first chapters. But then come back! =)

answered Nov 15 '11 at 00:39

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Dmitri Maximov


Looks like "use google" mantra :)

(Nov 15 '11 at 10:07) Sergey Sergey's gravatar image
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