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I want to know what Object Relational Mapping do you use and why did you use this insteed of others.

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NTony
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It is uncommon for object relational mapping to be so simple as 1 class = 1 table.

When it is not simple, I just create my own class which encapsulates all the "data grabbing" functionality and expose the data via public properties.

When the class is instantiated, load the private datatables with the data.
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