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  • Custom Profile Provider with NHibernate

    I've updated the NHibernate blog example code to include a custom profile provider. This provider stores the profile information using the XML data type in SQL Server 2005. New profile properties can be added to the web.config file in same way as the Microsoft SqlProfileProvider. The included web...
    Posted to Alan Northam by anortham on 08-09-2007
    Filed under: NHibernate, Sql Server, Tutorial, ProfileProvider
  • Getting Started with NHibernate: Part IV

    I've made some major changes to the blog application example. The users and roles now use custom membership and role providers that supports NHibernate. Session context is maintained with a custom implementation of ICurrentSessionContext (a new NHibernate 1.2 feature). The session and session factory...
    Posted to Alan Northam by anortham on 07-26-2007
    Filed under: NHibernate, Sql Server, Tutorial, MembershipUser, RoleProvider, MembershipProvider
  • Getting Started with NHibernate: Part III - Updated

    I've updated the mapping files for Comment and BlogPost in Part III . The changes are: The named query GetCommentsByBlogPostID has been moved into the BlogPost.hbm.xml file, it just makes more sense for it to be there. <loader query-ref="GetCommentsByBlogPostID"/> was added to the...
    Posted to Alan Northam by anortham on 05-30-2007
    Filed under: NHibernate, Sql Server, Tutorial
  • Getting Started with NHibernate: Part III

    When mapping objects to the database in NHibernate you can either use XML files or decorate your classes with mapping attributes (NHibernate.Mapping.Attributes). I've used both but I usually choose XML files simply as a matter of personal preference. Either method works well and both provide many...
    Posted to Alan Northam by anortham on 05-23-2007
    Filed under: NHibernate, Sql Server, Tutorial
  • Getting Started with NHibernate: Part II

    While writing the code necessary for this installment, I found myself falling prey to feature-creep. So I've decided to keep it fairly simple in the beginning. However, once the basic components are working I'll start introducing more features. I thought this might be a good way to demonstrate...
    Posted to Alan Northam by anortham on 05-22-2007
    Filed under: NHibernate, Tutorial
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