Month: August 2011

Data Access in Fail Tracker–Unit Testing

In my last post, I described Fail Tracker’s simple repository model for abstracting LINQ to NHibernate, which is used for all data access in Fail Tracker.  One reason I chose to implement an abstraction around NHibernate’s ISession interface was to facilitate Test Driven Development, a practice that wasn’t really feasible given how LINQ to NHibernate…

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Data Access in Fail Tracker

This is going to be the first in a series of short posts on how data access is handled in Fail Tracker.  Future posts will get into how the strategy works with unit testing as well as how advanced topics, such as row-level security, are handled.  Read on to find out how Fail Tracker utilizes…

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