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How is the best way to wrap MySql tables in classes in Visual Studio 2008

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I need to wrap MySql tables and fields in classes, so I easyly can do creates, deletes updates etc. without concerning fieldtypes, tablenames etc.
To create a new row in a table 'Customer' I just wan't to something similar to:

Customer myCustomer = new Customer;
myCustomer.Name = "Customer name";
myCustomer.Create();

There is a tecnical term for this, what is it called?
How do I autogenerate and refresh such classes based on actual tables in MySql by using Visual Studio 2008?


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I haven't done it personally but you can try this:
http://code2code.net/DB_Linq/

or this:
http://forums.asp.net/p/1150723/2235729.aspx
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