Data Access Layer in C# using Repository and Data Mapper – Part 4. The customer repository inherits the base repository and uses the data mapper instance for object creation.
All the CRUD procedures defined in the first post of this series are called in this class. The query for accessing and persisting data in the relational model is formed in the Customer repository. protected override BaseMapper<Customer, long> Mapper get if (___Mapper == default(CustomerMapper)) ___Mapper = new CustomerMapper("CustomerIntId"); return ___Mapper; public Customer GetById(long id) DbCommand command = ___Database.GetStoredProcCommand("usp_GetCustomerById"); ___Database.AddInParameter(command, "CustomerIntId", DbType.Int64, id); return FindOne(command); public void Insert(Customer entity) DbCommand command = ___Database.GetStoredProcCommand("usp_InsertCustomer");
An Elegant C# Data Access Layer using the Template Pattern and Generics. The GOF Template pattern coupled with .NET 2.0 Framework generics provides an awesome synergistic alliance.
This article demonstrates how to drastically reduce the amount of code required in building a data access layer. Less code to debug... less code to break... less code to maintain... what could be better? Part I: Introduction to the Template Pattern To get started, let's talk about the GOF Template pattern. As with all GOF patterns, its primary purpose is to separate out what changes in your code from what does not change. Here is an example. Public class DoSomething private int m_number; public int GetTheFancyNumber() int theNumber = m_number; // DO LOTS OF CRAZY STUFF TO theNumber HERE. return theNumber; public class DoSomethingElse If the logic is similar in the classes and you can identify what changes, you can encapsulate it. This would be our Template: public abstract class DoSometingBase protected abstract int GetTheNumber(); int theNumber = GetTheNumber(); return m_number; Implementing a Data Access Layer in C# A Data Access Layer is an important layer in the architecture of any software.
This layer is responsible for communicating with the underlying database. Making this layer provider independent can ensure multi database support with ease. This article discusses implementation of a provider independent Data Access Layer in C#. Interfaces + Factory pattern = Decoupled architecture. Interfaces + Factory pattern = Decoupled architecture Introduction In this tutorial we will try to understand how we can use interfaces and factory pattern to create a truly decoupled architecture framework.
In this sample we will take up a simple three tier architecture and apply interfaces and factory pattern to see how we can transform the three tier in to a truly decoupled architecture. For past some days I have been writing and recording videos in design patterns, UML, FPA, Enterprise blocks and lot you can watch the videos at You can download my 400 .NET FAQ EBook from Everyone's favorite the three tier architecture Ok, everyone know what's a three tier architecture is.
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