Nhibernate. Patterns. NHibernate Part 4: Mapping techniques for aggregation – One-To-Many mapping « Hungry for Knowledge. NHibernate Part 4: Mapping techniques for aggregation – One-To-Many mapping September 4, 2006 Updated code available for NHibernate 2.0.1.GA here.
The toolingset used is Visual Studio 2008 and Sql Server 2008 Well, here it is: Part 4 in my experimentation series on NHibernate. In this post I will continue with mapping strategies for aggregation and discuss the following form of aggregation: Configuring log4net for use with NHibernate - JBoss Community. For more information about Log4Net, check out its official homepage.
NOTE: Beginning with NHibernate 1.0-rc1 you need to enable log4net logging manually - this means calling log4net.XmlConfigurator.Configure (or BasicConfigurator.Configure) at the start of your application. Previous versions of NHibernate did this internally, but the call was removed to give the user more control over logging configuration. Here is an example of log4net configuration in App.config: Beginner's Guide to ADO.NET Entity Framework. This page provides an index of videos, tutorials, and advanced documentation to help you make the most of Entity Framework.
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