Friday, June 24, 2005

[Opf3] Any questions?

Do you have any questions on Opf3? Please visit the Opf3 forums to post your questions.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello Christian, we are in the process of evaluating OPF here at our company. One issue we are having is a good way to implment OPF for many tables. For example, we might have 10 tables in one database and 5 in another in the same project. We are writing the same basic code to generate an ObjectSet to place use it for a datasource and then to persist each one in it's own try..catch block etc.. Before we begin writing a helper class to manage these things in a more general way, I was wondering if you had any advice or even sample code for a good way to handle this.

6/24/2005 7:00 PM  
Blogger Christian said...

I tried to answer it with this post:
How to use Opf3 with more then one storage?

7/02/2005 11:54 AM  
Anonymous Jay Vashi said...


We are evaluating your product here at our company and have a question on WeakPersistent relationships. I have successfuly created a many-to-many WeakPersistent relationship such that removing a mapped object from the ObjectSet of the other does not delete it from the database. However, I am stuck on how to do the same for a one-to-many relationship. Such a relationship has no mapping table in the storage so I cannot create a matching class in the code. What am I missing here?


7/22/2005 9:29 PM  
Blogger Christian said...

I tried to answer it with this post: Create one-to-many relations

7/23/2005 3:00 PM  

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