Today, it's been exactly 6 years ago we released the first version of LLBLGen Pro, v1.0.2003.1 after a development period of roughly 9 months (Sunday september 7th 2003, late in the evening). It was a big gamble, would it succeed or fail? We got our first customer within 9 minutes after release and we then knew it would be a success. And it still is, with thousands of companies using it world-wide, from small mom & pop shops to the biggest banks on the planet. Honestly, we hoped for success but that it took off this big was beyond our expectations. A big thank you! to all of our loyal customers who trusted our work in the past 6 years and who are keep trusting it.
LLBLGen Pro works with SQL Azure, that is, the generated code and the runtime library. There are a couple of things you should be aware of, and I'll enlist them briefly below. The thing which doesn't work is creating a project from a SQL Azure database, as SQL Azure has no meta-data tables publicly available to the connected user (also a reason why for example SQL Server Management Studio doesn't work with SQL Azure at the moment)