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Add-in for Visual Studio 2005/2008 to generate C# Data Access Code/Classes from a .SQL file.

It supports shared entities with custom attributes and more.

This is an internal tool used by our development team at destra.

It is being released in to the public domain so the wider community might benefit from it, and perhaps contribute to it.

Given the advent of LINQ to SQL and the near release of the Entity Framework for ADO.NET the life of this project may be limited.

The initial release will be a refactored version of our internal tool to remove any dependencies.

As usual the "no warranties" clause applies. Currently there is no documentation, some of the features may be broken, etc.

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