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Is this right if i will do my project this way?..


Is this right if i will do my project this way?..

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enriquezreyjoseph
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Hi Everyone..I hope everyone is having a nice day:-)


Is this right if i will do my project this way?

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What kind of project is this?


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Normally you'd go a lot further into the design phase before considering physical implementations.

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Your picture doesn't give a lot of detail and your question is just as vague. What do you define "right" as? What are you trying to accomplish?

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enriquezreyjoseph (10/1/2013)
Hi Everyone..I hope everyone is having a nice day:-)


Is this right if i will do my project this way?

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If it's strictly an ETL project, maybe. Otherwise, probably not.

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To me it looks like all of the arrows are going in the wrong direction.

You have a class that populates a dataset and that class also gets shipped off to a server.

It looks like there is nothing being done with the dataset.

With nothing being done by the dataset and the apparent misdirection of the arrows (assuming), I would say it looks completely wrong.

Then again, we have no real project requirements to make any determinations of right or wrong.



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To me it looks like all of the arrows are going in the wrong direction.

You have a class that populates a dataset and that class also gets shipped off to a server.

It looks like there is nothing being done with the dataset.

With nothing being done by the dataset and the apparent misdirection of the arrows (assuming), I would say it looks completely wrong.

Then again, we have no real project requirements to make any determinations of right or wrong.



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my classes contains a connectionString to a different server, because every server contains a different databases, so meaning in every classes i have different connectionString that will open the connection to a certain database....and mydataset contains all tables in a certain database...


Is this clear explaination? or should i elaborate more my friends(ladys and gentlemen) ?....

cheers :-)
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enriquezreyjoseph (10/1/2013)
Hi Everyone..I hope everyone is having a nice day:-)


Is this right if i will do my project this way?

Please see my attachment


If it's strictly an ETL project, maybe. Otherwise, probably not.


What do you mean ETL project??...



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enriquezreyjoseph (10/2/2013)
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enriquezreyjoseph (10/1/2013)
Hi Everyone..I hope everyone is having a nice day:-)


Is this right if i will do my project this way?

Please see my attachment


If it's strictly an ETL project, maybe. Otherwise, probably not.


What do you mean ETL project??...



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