Support of legacy database

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    From time to time I am tasked with maintenance of legacy or somebody else developed systems. I am wondering if MDriven could be used but there are a few missing features for me and here are 2:

    1. Modification of key
    Very often some systems make a column of user editable data as the primary key, or sometimes combines several columns as primary key, and so I need to change the value of a key which I do not know how to work with it via MDriven. Currently I am making another ADO .NET connection and execute custom SQL statements for a change.

    2. MS Access database
    A few very old systems are still using MS Access database. I would like to know if there is any working persistence mapper provider out there? A quick google shows:
    But I cannot download the attachment.

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    2. You can adapt existing pmappers to work with otger databases.
    You will find existing ones here: C:\Program Files (x86)\CapableObjects\MDriven\7.0\source

    Take a look and try to make one work for Access

    There is also a nuget with other – non installed – PM’s here:

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