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Decoupling DAL from ORM
I have a small C# application that I’m currently writing. As this application will be used by multiple users, it needs to be as flexible as possible in the way that it exposes its data to the application. Specifically, we have a data layer (currently a Singleton) that has several different types of data, that are accessed by several different methods, for example:
public class Data
public IDataRecord Read()
// Load the data from a file
public void UpdateData(IDataRecord data)
I’m trying to figure out the best way to decouple the behaviour of the application from the way that the data is stored. We want to be able to reload the data when required. We’re currently in the process of figuring out what the best storage strategy should be.
My first thoughts were to have the data store on a file-based database, accessed by a “DAL” component that maps the data to and from the file, but this feels messy. I’ve also been asked if I can “zip up” the data and send it across, rather than load it into memory.
What are your thoughts on the best way to implement this data layer?
The common term for this is “streaming” or “pull” technology. What you want is something like a command-query separation, where the database and application are implemented in entirely separate processes. The interface to the database is really only the command portion of the query. The API is agnostic as to whether the data is streamed or cached.
I work on a large web app that relies on a variety of repositories that use the same underlying data store. We have a single
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