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I am new to C# technology. I am looking for a FREE Object relation Mapper available on SOLARIS box.


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zollen
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NHibernate. I think it works with Mono which, in turn, works on Solaris (among others).

www.hibernate.org (NHibernate is part of the Java Hibernate project -- but NHibernate is definitely .NET, don't worry).

I use it in our big enterprise apps, it's amazing.
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