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Anatomy of the ADO.NET Entity Framework Atul Adya, Jos A. Blakeley, Sergey Melnik, S. Muralidhar, and
 

Summary: Anatomy of the ADO.NET Entity Framework
Atul Adya, Josť A. Blakeley, Sergey Melnik, S. Muralidhar, and
the ADO.NET Team
Microsoft Corporation
One Microsoft Way, Redmond, WA 98052-6399
{adya,joseb,melnik,smurali}@microsoft.com
ABSTRACT
Traditional client-server applications relegate query and persistence
operations on their data to database systems. The database system
operates on data in the form of rows and tables, while the
application operates on data in terms of higher-level programming
language constructs (classes, structures etc.). The impedance
mismatch in the data manipulation services between the application
and the database tier was problematic even in traditional systems.
With the advent of service-oriented architectures (SOA), application
servers and multi-tier applications, the need for data access and
manipulation services that are well-integrated with programming
environments and can operate in any tier has increased
tremendously.
Microsoft's ADO.NET Entity Framework is a platform for

  

Source: Adya, Atul - Google Labs

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences