NQuery was developed to be a relational query engine written in C#. It allows you to execute a SELECT query against .NET objects. It can use arrays, data sets, data tables or any other custom table binding. NQuery is completely extensible so that you can add custom functions, aggregates, constants and parameters.
In addition to the query engine itself this project also contains an integration assembly with Actipro’s SyntaxEditor so that you can author queries very easily. This includes code completion, parameter info and syntax highlighting.
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NQuery Cracked Accounts is a.NET library written in C# that makes it easy to write ADO.NET-compatible SQL queries in.NET. It is extensible to allow for specialized queries. NQuery can create data-binding methods for any class, to allow for table-binding.
NQuery is completely self-contained and does not depend on other libraries. It does not rely on any other Microsoft libraries (no System.Data or System.Data.SqlClient) and has zero dependencies on.NET. NQuery is 100% compatible with SQL Server, MySQL and PostgreSQL.
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Documentation of the engine is available here.
This functionality is not exposed by the ADO.NET provider. There are ways to simulate this but you have to create your own helper classes to get it to work.
My current project uses a service layer to keep it all together (it’s not my project but I’ve got a working application that does what you want). We are using the ADO.NET framework, but that’s because it’s been adopted by the team I’m working on.
The database schema is maintained by the application and the data access layer follows the model-view-controller paradigm. The model is compiled, there’s an interface for it so that it’s portable between systems. The controllers read the models and create the appropriate view models.
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KeyMacro is a C# preprocessor that allows you to compile code at run time or even from an EXE file.
KeyMacro allows you to define user macros with string definitions that can be later used within the source code (code that is generated, compiled or transformed at run time). You can dynamically define macros and they can be referenced in code via string interpolation.
SyntaxEditor is an advanced.NET Visual Studio extension which allows you to author queries in C# very easily. It allows you to use intellisense to create queries and it can highlight the used code so that you can easily identify incorrect or missing parts of the query.
NQuery/NQuery.Express is a C# data access library for ADO.NET (2.0 or greater). It can use standard ADO.NET providers like OleDb and ODBC or embedded providers, like SQL Server. It also has providers for most of the databases like SQLServer, Firebird, MySql, DB2, Sybase and MaxDB.
NQuery.Express is an in-process ADO.NET library, so you don’t have to add references to assemblies. To write unit tests, it is possible to use NUnit. It supports OO, mocking and TDD in the same library.
You can execute complex query scripts or write ADO.NET code to provide results as structured data.
NQuery.Express has optional code generation features that allow you to create a provider based on your data model, using the information from your classes, stored procedures, functions, triggers and constraints.
* Supports MS-SQL, Sybase, DB2, MySQL, MaxDB, Firebird, Oracle, ODBC, OLEDB and ADO.NET providers
* Extensible, Mocking and Unit Testing support
* Generates providers for complex databases
* Supports a declarative style for querying
* Generates strongly typed classes, avoiding reflection
* Execution of SQL statements inside of the ADO.NET library
* Well-documented, so that you can learn it quickly
* Extensible, so that it supports all the popular programming languages
* Command line utilities
* Includes a Visual Studio plugin
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NQuery is a C# language extension for executing any T-SQL query against.NET objects such as DataTables, DataSets, Arrays etc. It works directly against.NET objects. NQuery is object-oriented, with each query being executed on the object on which it is called. This allows the use of any data source including custom data tables and DataSet collections. NQuery allows the use of any CLR.NET object such as System.Data.DataTable, System.Data.DataRow, System.Data.DataColumn, System.Data.DataView, etc.
NQuery includes the ability to use the.NET Framework DataTable or Binding objects for querying. This is achieved using the TableQuery and ObjectQuery classes.
NQuery works completely from within the visual studio environment, including the ability to compile queries and compile a.DLL for integration into other projects. This allows for rapid development using the Visual Studio or Resharper environment.
NQuery can execute SQL scripts against.NET objects such as data tables, data sets, databases and arrays. It can use any or all of these techniques to execute a SQL script.
nquery is covered by the Apache Software License, Version 2.0
Copyright (c) 2007 Actipro Software Ltd. All rights reserved.
The latest version of nquery is available on github:
For more details and a full list of supported functions please refer to the readme.txt or the function overview.txt files in the code.
For more detailed information and answers to common questions please use the forums.
This project also includes an nquiria.net project to help you create your own queries. This project contains an.aspx page which allows you to design queries in a similar way to SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS). Please refer to the documentation for further details on how to use nquiria.net.
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NQuery is an easy to use, yet powerful query engine.
It can use any.NET object as source data and any databinding method to retrieve the data. No additional drivers or adapters are required.
NQuery is perfect for.NET web applications. It will save you a lot of time and effort by simply using it in combination with Actipro’s SyntaxEditor.
SyntaxEditor is a.NET framework independent editor that makes it easy to write complex SQL queries.
When the query is saved you can just save it directly to your SQL database. In this case you don’t even need NQuery. You just use the editor as usual.
NQuery uses the System.Data.Common.DbDataReader to read data from the query. With the DbDataReader it is possible to query any table directly. This includes a complete support for data filtering and grouping.
NQuery will save you a lot of time and effort when building and maintaining your SQL queries.
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I’ll keep this short and sweet.
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