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C# OptimalFramework

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Windows XP/2000/98


Publisher Old version


May 20 2010


C# OptimalFramework


Ask question for developers who work with databases

Requirements: .NET Framework 2.0 or higher

"DataSets vs. Objects?" is a frequently asked question for developers who work with databases. Both scenarios offer advantages and disadvantages. After having worked with Delphi (MIDAS) and Visual Studio for a while, I was convinced of the FACT that the best of both worlds could be combined in one component set. That's the reason I built a component set that offers an easy way to manipulate your database data in a Visual Studio environment.

OptimalFramework also offers:

- Minimal coding due automatic generated DataClasses/Collections.
- DataClasses which can take care of applying changes to database themselves (no more Fill, Update on the SqlDataAdapter).
- Auto generated Access Code (no SqlParameters need to be set to get data from your database anymore).
- Designer which is easy to use with SQL Highlighting (and does not mess up your SQL like the Default SqlCommand editor in Visual Studio).
- Posibility to add more than 1 scenario to fetch a DataClass/Collection.
- Transparent Client Server Model (through a webservice).

* Data compression within a client/server situation
* Data encryption within a client/server situation
* Transaction support
* Advanced exception handling
* Some little bugs fixed
* Some extra designer featurs

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