Introducing Object Relational Mapper
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Published: 14 Nov 2006
Abstract
In this article Uday examines the theory behind Object Relational Mapper (ORM) and its advantages and disadvantages. The author also provides coverage about the ORM tools available for .NET with a case study.
by Uday Denduluri
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Introduction

Object-Relational mapping (O/RM, ORM, and O/R mapping) is a programming technique that links databases to object-oriented language concepts, creating (in effect) a "virtual object database." The package that implements the Object relational Mapping is known as Object Relational Mapper or ORM.  ORM can be used in an n-tier application.  There are many ORM packages available in the market both for free and commercial usage.  However, some programmers develop their own ORM packages for the same.


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