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New Release – ObjectMapper .NET 1.2.716.0

Posted by Gerhard Stephan on August 17th, 2006

This release is mainly a performance release.

Using dotNet 2.0 and Visual Studio the ObjectMapper .NET gained about 200% performance compared to the last version. This was possible because I could replace the time-consuming reflection method invocation with a direct delegate call to a dynamic method created at runtime.

The graph shows the differens when loading 10000 objects with about 18 columns.

As a second advantage I added a new feature to the Virtual Links that allows you that the source of a Virtual Link can be also a Virtual Link. Thus enables you to flatten object hierarchies when loading.

          /// <summary>

          /// Division Key

          /// </summary>

          [PropertyName("DIVISION")]

          [PropertyLength(5)]

          public string DivisionKey

          {

              get { return _divisionKey; }

              set { _divisionKey = value; }

          }

          

          /// <summary>

          /// Head of Division Key

          /// </summary>

          [VirtualLink(typeof (Division), "FilterKey", "Key", "DivisionKey")]

          public string HeadOfDivisionKey

          {

              get { return _headOfDivisionKey; }

              set { _headOfDivisionKey = value; }

          }

         

          /// <summary>

          /// Name of the head of Division

          /// </summary>

          [VirtualLink(typeof(Division), "Value", "Key", "HeadOfDivisionKey")]

          public string HeadOfDivisionText

          {

              get { return _headOfDivisionText;  }

              set { _headOfDivisionText = value;  }

          }

 

Hope you enjoy the new version.

Cheers
Gerhard

 

 

One Response to “New Release – ObjectMapper .NET 1.2.716.0”

  1. Karl Says:

    Gerhard!
    i am amazed about this!
    As you know you and i are always looking for the get the ObjectMapper.NET fast – on database side and on the .NET side. This is a great success in gaining the best performance.

    Karl

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