In the last chapter you learned the basics of turning the data in your database into objects. Although basic Object-Relational (OR) mapping is simple, a number of issues become apparent when it comes time to actually put it to work.
In this chapter you'll learn how to put your objects to work in ASP.NET using data binding and how to solve the problems posed in relationships by working with master-detail relationships and building a tree structure for performance.
The chapter also covers how to implement a simple, near-zero-impact caching scheme for your objects and how to create business objects to further abstract your mapped objects.
These topics should help you solve common problems encountered when using OR mapping.