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Published on 2010-04-13T20:02:28Z Indexed on 2010/04/14 6:03 UTC
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I am creating a WPF app that needs to allow users to work in a temporary disconnected state and I plan to use a Local Database Cache.
My question's are about my data access layer.
- Do you typically create the whole DAL to point at the Cache or both and create a switching mechanism?
Is Entity's a good way to go for my DAL against the Cache?
I am used to L2S but my understanding is that I can't use that against SQLCE, correct?
PS: Any good resources out there for using Sync, Linq, and WPF ALL TOGETHER? Tutorials, videos, etc?
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