Posted on 2011-10-04
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I want a simple example of a MVC3 application using existing Oracle Database. All the tutorials I have seen uses Sql Server compact. My application will be based on Oracle database. Where will the ADO part go.

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    Connection to an oracle database in c# ( example source is included ) -

    Building an MVC application ( great training but costs some $ ) -

    Building MVC application free tutorials:

    Also you were asking where the ADO part would go to connect to oracle, I would say the model is the most ideal place for that but, depending on your choice of sub patterns ( IE: object factor ... ) if you have any.  With that being said,  I would look into possibly using Entity Framework to connect to oracle.

    Oracle / EF to Oracle examples:

    Hope this helps!
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