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I need to write Data Access Layer as a separate project with C# in VS 2010/2013. Backend is Oracle 11g.  The data access layer will be used in a .Net web application. I appreciate any suggestions/sample packages/updated tech. Thanks.
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I recently took ADO.NET course in a college. We used this link which includes good graphics and explanations. I hope you find it helpful:

https://www.simple-talk.com/dotnet/.net-framework/.net-application-architecture-the-data-access-layer/
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Thanks for comments.
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