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The Button Factory is formerly known as Itslet! Itslet started as a joke, out on the road for yet another IT related conference.
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How is your Db4o Session concept differ form the “in-process connection-per-request model” which was used in the Object Dinner project? Here is a link to that:
please keep me posted, we’re launching soon and I want the most flexible, scalable solution for our website.
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Hi, the difference is that in the Object Dinner example the Db4o session is bound to a web request, which is actually very elegant. Now that I think of it. 🙂
You could also use Global.asax instead of implementing the IHttpModule. But the Httpmodule is more scalable because you could put that in the GAC. So, for scalability and flexibility, I would not choose the quick & dirty way I used in my article, but go with an HttpModule.