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Example of quick and easy domain model that is persistable with NHibernate

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 14, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
 
am looking for the best approach to using NHibernate and MVC.net. I have gone through http://www.codeproject.com/KB/architecture/NHibernateArchitecture.aspx Someone has pointed to the use of Castle project Active record. My aim is to eliminate the need for any nhibernate dependencies within my domain. I want a quick and easy domain model that is persistable with NHibernate. Can I have a simple example and and some explanations please from which I can learn to use the castle project to build a simple application in MVC.net. Thanks am looking for the best approach to using NHibernate and MVC.net. I have gone through http://www.codeproject.com/KB/architecture/NHibernateArchitecture.aspx Someone has pointed to the use of Castle project Active record. My aim is to eliminate the need for any nhibernate dependencies within my domain. I want a quick and easy domain model that is persistable with NHibernate. Can I have a simple example and and some explanations please from which I can learn to use the castle project to build a simple application in MVC.net. Thanks


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