SubSonic: Using collation with SubSonic

Posted: May 20, 2008 in SubSonic
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Have you heard SubSonic?

Then let me tell you something related to it first.

SubSonic is a Code Generator tool available with source code and its FREE. It works like your DAL (Data Access Layer) and generates code accordingly. It also provides its own library to create and implement Query, View and Stored Procedure. SubSonic comes with source code, so you can also make your own functions and methods as per your requirement and can use it.

What is SubSonic?
A Super High-fidelity Batman Utility Belt. SubSonic works up your DAL for you, throws in some much-needed utility functions, and generally speeds along your dev cycle.

Why SubSonic?
Because you need to spend more time with your friends, family, dog, bird, cat… whatever. You work too much. Coding doesn’t need to be complicated and time-consuming.

What do I need?
Something else to do – you’re about to save a bunch of time. SubSonic support SQL Server 2000 or 2005, MySQL, or Oracle (with SQLLite, SQLCE, and PostGres coming soon!)

you will find all the information related to SubSonic on

Implementing Collation using SubSonic
I have implemented collation for SubSonic. And for that you first need to have source code for SubSonic. You need to change its source code to allow SubSonic implement collation. I have successfully implemented collation for Aggregate methods/functions like GetMin(), GetMax(), ExecuteAggregate(), OrderBy Asc(), and OrderBy Desc(). All these methods are available in SubSonic source code library and I have just added my code to implement collation.

If you have any kind of requirements like implementing Collation using SubSonic and want code for implementation then you can contact me on


  1. Pranav says:

    Hay Hemang,

    Its nice topic you have posted here.

    I didn’t know about that. Thanks mate for aware me for such a nice tool

  2. hspinfo says:

    Thanks Pranav,
    For making good comments, If you get time, try using SubSonic website and download this tool. Its really cool.

  3. Overact says:

    Somehow i missed the point. Probably lost in translation 🙂 Anyway … nice blog to visit.

    cheers, Overact.

  4. hspinfo says:


    Thanks anyway to appreciate my blog…

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