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# Posted on: 19-May-2010 12:17:48.  
I have been investigating the concept of a generic profiler for our ORM code.

Currently our team focuses solely on LLBL's but with the upcoming v3 opening the door for other ORM frameworks I can envision we might be experimenting with them.

I came across the LinqToSQL profiler tool (http://l2sprof.com/home) and it struck me how useful it could be to have such a generic profiler tool for our ORM/Linq code.

Since LLBL v3 has done a lot of work to abstract the ORM frameworks away from the UI designer, I was wondering how difficult it would be to build such a tool??
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# Posted on: 19-May-2010 17:06:18.  
Ayende, who wrote that profiler, also wrote an entity framework profler, which works with db provider factories. It works for llblgen pro v3.0 and sqlserver, others might also work, except oracle, which needs an additional fix in efprof. Regular Smiley Ayende said he'll look into writing an llblgen pro version based on efprof as it should be easy to do.

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# Posted on: 20-May-2010 08:11:04.  
That is great news Frans. Do you think we will see one for LLBL's RTL ?
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# Posted on: 20-May-2010 09:21:22.  
omar wrote:
That is great news Frans. Do you think we will see one for LLBL's RTL ?

Yes. But when ... I don't know.


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