Vibrant discussion about CSLA .NET and using the framework to build great business applications.
Indeed, you discovered an SL bug. One character change is
not pushed by binding infrastructure to underlying object. At least two
character change is required. I think this has been logged in
Silverlight.net, but I am not 100% positive.
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Sent: Tuesday, November 25, 2008 9:52 AM
To: Sergey Barskiy
Subject: [CSLA .NET] CSLA/Silverlight Binding not responding to
I first noticed this in a CSLA Silverlight app I have been experimenting with
and have just downloaded the lastest Rolodex sample and get the same behaviour.
If for instance I edit the AT&T company record by adding an extra character
at the end of the company name textbox I sometimes find that the save button is
not enabled when I tab off the textbox control. Even if I shift tab back or
change the focused control using the mouse nothing happens until I enter
On a CSLA Silverlight app that I have been experimenting with I can enter a
single character into a sequence of textboxes after tabbing between each of
them and get the same behaviour. I added some code and discovered that the text
changed event is being invoked but none of the csla silverlight code is run.
Also if I do enter more than one character into a textbox and then click save
the previous textboxes which did not cause a change in the save button lose
Is this possibly a silverlight bug?