I’m wondering which is the right way to use the classes generated with ARGen in a Web project. ARGen is a very productive way to manage the database access, but it seems to me that is not possible to use it directly in a Web Project:
We know that inside a WebApp we have to open/close a database within a users Session, but the ARGen’s classes use a variable named ‘gDB’ as a reference to the db, but ‘gDB’ is a Module propriety, i.e. it is global to the App and not local to the user Session, and this can mismatch the things when there are simultaneous users.
Since the reference to gDB is pervasive trough all the classes, it is not practical to manually rename it to something like ‘Session.gDB’, as it would require to rename every ‘gDB’ instance in every Class each time ARGen is run to update the classes after some changes to the database structure.
For the same reason I think that is not possible to have two or more different database opened at the same time, as the propriety ‘gDB’ would be overwritten by Registering the second db.
So my question is: is it possible to actually use ARGen (and how) when writing a WebApp which will have multiple database and simultaneous users, or it is just not suited ?