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Working with legacy databases in NHibernate Part 1 - Compound foreign keys

, 27 Nov 2012 CPOL
If there's anything worse than working with legacy code, it's working with Legacy databases. At least with legacy code if you're lucky you can ring-fence it off and ignore it when not working on it, but poorly designed databases can infect a whole system and create a situation where your new code st



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4 - publicly available Yes 27-Nov-12 8:39 Available Pete Sutcliffe
The article has been approved
3 No 27-Nov-12 4:05 Pending Pete Sutcliffe
Error in Equals code
2 No 27-Nov-12 3:55 Pending Pete Sutcliffe
Small fix to error
1 No 23-Nov-12 13:06 Available Sean Ewington
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Pete Sutcliffe
Software Developer (Senior) AJ Systems
United Kingdom United Kingdom
I am currently a developer at a management consultancy company.
In addition to all things .NET I have a keen interest in Japan and the Japanese language and hope to be able to combine these passions one day soon.

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