Implementing the Repository Pattern with LINQ-to-SQL
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Published: 09 Jul 2008
Abstract
In this article, Liam examines the implementation of the Repository pattern with the help of a LINQ to SQL application using C#. The article starts with a brief overview of the pattern and delves deeper into the implementation of the application in a step-by-step manner.
by Liam McLennan
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Introduction

The purpose of this article is to describe the technique I have used to implement the repository pattern in .NET applications. I will provide a brief description of the repository pattern and LINQ-to-SQL. However, if you are unfamiliar with these technologies, you should research them elsewhere. The goals of my implementation are:

• It must be a general purpose design that can be reused for many projects.

• It must facilitate domain driven design.

• It must facilitate unit testing and testing in general.

• It must allow the domain model to avoid dependencies on infrastructure.

• It must provide strongly typed querying.


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