UoW / NWorkspace with Linq support

I have blogged about this for quite a while now.
Now I’ve finally cleaned up the code and published it at github:https://github.com/rogeralsing/Precio.Infrastructure

This is a small framework for UoW/Workspace support in .NET with Linq support.

The framework contains a Unit of Work implementation and providers for Entity Framework 4, NHibernate and MongoDB(using NoRM).
There is also a small incomplete Blog sample project included.

Linq to SqlXml – GitHub

An early alpha of Linq to SqlXml is now available on github: https://github.com/calyptus/linq-to-sqlxml

There is no documentation nor setup scripts so you’re on your own if you try it.
If you get it to run, be sure to add all indexes to the xml field – primary , secondary – path , secondary – value , secondary – property

Linq to SqlXml: Projections

I’ve managed to add projection support to my Linq to Sql Server Xml column implementation.

Executing this Linq query:

var query = (from order in ctx.GetCollection().AsQueryable()
                where order.OrderTotal > 100000000
                where order.ShippingDate == null
                where order.OrderDetails.Sum(d => d.Quantity * d.ItemPrice) > 10
                select new
                    OrderTotal = order.OrderDetails.Sum(d => d.ItemPrice * d.Quantity),
                    CustomerId = order.CustomerId ,
                    Details = order.OrderDetails

Will yeild this Sql + XQuery:

select top 5 Id,DocumentData.query(
'<object type="dynamic">
  <OrderTotal type="decimal">
              for $A in /object[1]/state[1]/OrderDetails[1]/object/state[1] 
                      return ($A/ItemPrice[1] * $A/Quantity[1]))}  </OrderTotal>
  <CustomerId type="guid">
  <Details type="collection">
</object>') as DocumentData

from documents
CollectionName = 'Order'  and

        for $A in /object[1]/state[1]/OrderDetails[1]/object/state 
             return ($A/Quantity[1] * $A/ItemPrice[1])) > xs:decimal(10)) and

/object[1]/state[1]/ShippingDate[1][@type="null"] and
(/object[1]/state[1]/OrderTotal[1] > xs:decimal(100000000))]

')) = 1