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comment Does ServiceStack.OrmLite.JoinSqlBuilder allow to build a simple query
Thank you for a complete answer. I've come to smth similar to option 1 - to write my own query builder over OrmLite's ExpressionVisitor. I disagree that joins shouldn't be a task for micro orm because joins are actualy the core thing in relational databases itselves. I don't have a very complex join here. The first thing i want from orm is complete dialect independence so raw sql isn't an option. The second one is possible (but not required) typesafety. The second point is just about managing DTOs. It's just an oppinion. Thanks again for an answer.
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comment Compiled libsqlite3.so doesn't work on CentOS 5.9 x86
silly me) thank you
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comment Detect <iframe> height and width from inside the iframe
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comment Could DigitalProductId and InstallDate ever change?
Unfortunately i didn't find any articles on the topic. But near year of experience with our application has demonstrated that DigitalProductId appeared to be constant (over 1000 Windows users). Except one case when this parameter was changing on every reboot. I'm still wondering why, but i assume that it could be because they used a cracked Windows.
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comment What is the reason of try-catch-rethrow without additional processing in catch block?
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