Customizing the Data Access Layer

Updated June 5, 2006
Iron Speed Designer V4.0 and later

If you are not yet familiar with the Data Access Layer class hierarchy, the following will help you get started.

The BaseClasses.IrelationalDataAdapter interface defines methods for inserting, updating, deleting, and retrieving records from a database.  If you create an application that uses stored procedures in Microsoft SQL Server, the implementation of the IrelationalDataAdapter interface that your application uses is found in the BaseClasses.Data.SqlProvider.StoredProceduresSQLServerAdapter class, located in:

...\<Designer>\BaseClasses\Data\SqlProvider\ StoredProceduresSQLServerAdapter.vb

Basic Data Access Layer Customization Examples

Overriding the GetRecordValues Function

Overriding the InsertRecord Function