Mybatis.NET Web Application Config

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KWK

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Jan 24, 2014, 6:41:03 AM1/24/14
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Hi guys,
I'm a newbie in .NET and myBatis.NET, but advanced user in myBatis.Java.

I need to develop .NET Web application using myBatis as data access layer.
Could you tell me what is right way to declare database connection.
May I use datasource resources declared in Web.config file? (For example)
  <connectionStrings>
    <add name="DefaultConnection" connectionString="..." />
  </connectionStrings>

Or I need to declare an independent resource in SQLMap without linking to declared resource in Web.config?


Michael McCurrey

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Jan 24, 2014, 8:12:22 AM1/24/14
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I don't' use the connectionStrings hardcoded in the Web.Config.  You can put the connection string in your SqlMap.config or you can inject it with properties.


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KWK

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Jan 27, 2014, 8:44:31 AM1/27/14
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But do you think this it is properly if one part of application allocates some connections in pool declared in Web.config and other part of application (using mybatis) allocates some other connection in pool declared in SqlMap.config 

пятница, 24 января 2014 г., 17:12:22 UTC+4 пользователь Michael McCurrey написал:
I don't' use the connectionStrings hardcoded in the Web.Config.  You can put the connection string in your SqlMap.config or you can inject it with properties.
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