A simple approach to using Fluent NHibernate to support multiple database access, fluently
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README.md

NHQS

The NHibernate QuickStart is a simple way of using Fluent NHibernate. Somewhat inspired by the MSDAAB's approach to offering access to multiple databases in a OO way, NHQS provides access to multiple persistence mediums. It does so Fluently, mainly via some handy extension methods.

Introduction

More to come, just getting things into the repo.