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  • Using the new Linq to NH Provider and migrating from the old one

    Using the new Linq provider is pretty simple. It all hangs of a Query() extension method on ISession, so you can do things like the following: from c in session.Query<Customer>() select c In my tests, I've tended to wrap the session.Query()...
    Posted to NHibernate blog by Steve Strong on 12-16-2009
  • hbm2net

    I did an attempt of resuming the project hbm2net, creating a Text Template Transformation Toolkit (T4) renderer, hosting the T4 engine. T4 templates allow to easily mix templates with additional code.The current version is not production code, but a proof...
    Posted to NHibernate blog by felicepollano on 10-19-2009
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  • Identity: The never ending story

    How many times you heard us saying “don’t use identity POID generator!” ? To understand it better you must move your mind to an application, or a use-case , where the pattern open-session-in-view (aka session-per-request) is not applicable...
    Posted to NHibernate blog by Fabio Maulo on 12-21-2008
  • Typesafe ICriteria using Lambda Expressions

    Originally announced on my own blog here: Using Lambda Expressions with NHibernate Introduction I love NHibernate, but I've never been a fan of the 'magic strings' used in the ICriteria API. Now we have .Net 3.5, and the ability to have strongly...
    Posted to NHibernate blog by Richard Brown on 01-07-2009
  • A fluent interface to NHibernate - Part 1

    This is the first of a series of articles on the topic. Other posts will follow A fluent interface to NHibernate - Part 2 - Value Objects A fluent interface to NHibernate - Part 3 - Mapping Relations A fluent interface to NHibernate - Part 4 - Configuration...
    Posted to NHibernate blog by gabriel.schenker on 09-05-2008
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  • How-To: Using the N* Stack, part 2

    Last Saturday, I posted the first part in a series about building an ASP.NET MVC application from the ground up using NHibernate and Ninject . It dealt with setting up the structure of your solution and referencing some 3rd party assemblies. In part 2...
    Posted to NHibernate blog by Jason Dentler on 08-11-2009
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  • Part 8: DAOs, Repositories, or Query Objects

    Part 8 is about abstracting NHibernate . Catch up by reading Part 1 , Part 2 , Part 3 , Part 4 , Part 5 , Part 6 , and Part 7 . Warning: This post will contain an extraordinary number of links. They will lead you to the opinions of very smart people™...
    Posted to NHibernate blog by Jason Dentler on 09-07-2009
  • TOP SECRET

    When you have an issue in NHibernate please send us something like this public class xparent {     public virtual long? Id { get; set; }     public virtual long? A { get; set; }     public virtual Iesi.Collections...
    Posted to NHibernate blog by Fabio Maulo on 05-27-2009
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