Tag Archives: PetaPoco

PetaPoco – Convention Based Fluent Mapping

After using the Fluent Mapping’s I blogged about a few months ago, I started to see patterns occurring. My table names were always the pluralized type and the primary key was the Type name concatenated with “Id”. With all this … Continue reading

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PetaPoco – Multiple Result Sets

The other day I got enough time to put the ability to fetch multiple result sets into PetaPoco. Its relatively simple to use and works like this. Given these two classes with corresponding tables: public class Table1 { public string … Continue reading

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PetaPoco – One To Many and Many To One

PetaPoco is a great way to map results from a database. Usually these are flat objects, however sometimes its useful to map many-to-one/one-to-many relationship directly into a viewmodel or complex object. This feature has been possible in PetaPoco since version … Continue reading

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PetaPoco.Glimpse – NuGet Package

A couple of weeks ago I showed how we can use the awesome Glimpse project with PetaPoco to show all the SQL’s processed in the current request. The problem was there was a few things that needed to make it … Continue reading

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Fluent PetaPoco – External Mappings

Update 20/Nov/2011: This has been now added to my master branch and is available here for download as of https://github.com/schotime/PetaPoco/downloads The other day I set out to build another way to configure the mappings for PetaPoco. Here is how … Continue reading

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A Glimpse into PetaPoco

Last week I blogged about upcoming performance statistics that enable you to see all the Sql’s that were executed by PetaPoco in the current request. It was also just over a week ago that I learned about Glimpse from this … Continue reading

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PetaPoco – Why I’m Using A Micro-ORM

As I mentioned a few posts ago, in the last couple of years I moved away from writing native SQL to a full blown ORM and back again. Well not all the way back. Here is where PetaPoco comes in. … Continue reading

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