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Stop writing connection management code every time you access the database

, 6 Jan 2006
A simple class library for database access without the pervasive and often-fragile connection management details.
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Alvaro Mendez
Web Developer
United States United States
I've done extensive work with C++, MFC, COM, and ATL on the Windows side. On the Web side, I've worked with VB, ASP, JavaScript, and COM+. I've also been involved with server-side Java, which includes JSP, Servlets, and EJB, and more recently with ASP.NET/C#.

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