batch queries in oracle

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.NET applications
batch queries
CSLA
Oracle queries
We are developing a .NET web application and have decided to use CSLA as our business architecture framework. Because CSLA is based on Microsoft technology, it is designed to work with MS sql. Much of the framework uses batch queries to grab multiple result sets in one query but it appears that Oracle does not support batch quries. (We are currently using 9i but will be moving to 10g in the near future) My question is: Are you aware of any "best practices" that would help us to work around the batch query problem we are faced with?

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  • Denny Cherry
    I'm a big time Microsoft guy, but it sounds like you need to re-evaluate the use of CSLA. It sounds to me like CSLA might not be the right solution for the problem. I think you are in a square peg, round hole kind of problem here.
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