1. Email email@example.com for the download link.
2. Create a PersistenceTest database (in SSMS or manually in PersistenceTest.sql)
3. Run PersistenceTest.sql to create the stored procedures and tables
4. Open PersistenceTest_orig.sln in Visual Studio
F5 should work at that point. The business logic classes are in App_Code.
Note: the example is a page from an actual application with a very complex database. It shows the flexibility of the Persistence layer in handling non-normalized data.
Persistence is free for individual development. For licensing on commercial projects, please contact me. I am also available for consultation.