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Deploying SQL Compact Edition (CE) with ASP MVC and Castle ActiveRecord » Agile Tech




Deploying SQL Compact Edition (CE) with ASP MVC and Castle ActiveRecord

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With the recent release of Visual Studio 2010 SP1 and its integration with IIS Express and SQL Compact Edition, we have been working to migrate our projects over to using both IIS Express and SQL CE for development. While the initial move can be a bit painful, it definitely saves a ton of startup time when changing development hardware or adding new developers. Scott Guthrie has a great blog post on getting SQL which details most of what is necessary. One initial hang up we noticed when migrating a project with Castle is making sure that the drivers get switched from Sql Server to SqlCE. When using SqlCE, you will need to add a reference and add “Copy to Local” to:


In your Web.Config file, you can then change the the NHibernate driver and dialect:

<add key="connection.driver_class" value="NHibernate.Driver.SqlServerCeDriver" />
<add key="dialect" value="NHibernate.Dialect.MsSqlCeDialect" />

Finally, if your SqlCe database is located in App_Data of your web project, the connection string is:

<add name="DatabaseService"
connectionString="Data Source=|DataDirectory|CEDBNAME.sdf"
providerName="System.Data.SqlServerCe.4.0" />
** In the above connection string, |DataDirectory| will point to your App_Data folder

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