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I wanted to create a Child ReadOnlyBase, and I was checking template (.NET 2.0), "ReadOnlyChild.vb" and I did not find "MarkAsChild()".
Does this mean that for Readonly Child Object, there is no need to mark the object as child?
What is the purpose of marking child objects as "child"?
MarkAsChild is only valid for EditableObjects and will make the object block Save() method.
IE: If you call Save on an object that is MarkedAsChiild it will throw exception. Child editable lists will only accept objects that are marked with MarkAsChild.
Jonny Bekkum, Norway