Using ADO.NET in an unmanaged C++ application

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Hoping to get some feedback- I am planning build a interface library to an existing enterprise scale (multi threaded appln. with perfromance being a very high priority) to use managed dll. The application is currently using OLEDB for db access. New extensions like thread pool for db connections etc have to be built. Is it a good idea to switch to ADO.NET from OLEDB? Hoping to get some expert advice. Thanks in advance.



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win2k8 win2k3 server
ASKED: April 20, 2010  3:35 PM
UPDATED: April 22, 2010  11:40 PM

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  • carlosdl
    Is there some specific reason to want to switch to ADO.NET ? ease of use, or some specific feature ?
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