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Rating:        Based on 4 ratings
Reviewed:  4 reviews
Downloads: 2101
Released: Oct 13, 2008
Updated: Oct 26, 2008 by BrandonHaynes
Dev status: Alpha Help Icon

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Source Code Full Release (Compatible with DotNetNuke 4.9)
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Application BrandonHaynes.ModelAdapter (Debug).zip
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Release Notes

This release is intended for initial evaluation by experienced DotNetNuke module developers. It has undergone limited testing, and likely has potentially significant and unknown issues. Use in a production environment should proceed with extreme caution.

This release was developed as a prototype, and the source currently lacks meaningful documentation.

Reviews for this release

     
Had an issue with occasional exceptions, but does what it claims (especially with a fix for the exceptions [yay open source]) completely noninvasive. Great work, Brandon.
by dukesb11 on Nov 16, 2010 at 5:45 PM
     
I've just built a module using your ModelAdapter, and it's working perfectly. This really saves you the hassle of creating all that DataProvider code. Great work!
by coeamyd on Jul 7, 2009 at 8:34 AM
     
This work overcomes what is in my opinion a serious design flaw in the LINQ-SQL implementation. That is the ability to use existing tools, such as sqlmetal, to obtain a base schema representation and then adjust it dynamically. For instance, querying the SQL sys.default_constraints, I can now set those table members ColumnAttributes to IsDbGenerated and not worry setting defaults in code.
by hrmilo on May 2, 2009 at 7:44 PM
     
This works like a charm. I used to manually replace the database owner in the dbml XML file before going to the production server. Really wasn't the most comfortable way. This adapter spares me the string replacements and is just what I was looking for! It couldn't be easier to use. Thanks!
by kalus on Mar 16, 2009 at 5:24 PM