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    • Firing business rules on property changed for a private backing field

      We are just upgrading from an older version of CSLA to the new framework (4.5.6) and having a little difficulty with one scenario. I have a CSLA class (Model) referencing properties on another CSLA class (Relation) as a private backing field. The registration is setup like this: Public Shared ReadOnly...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by EGraeb on Tue, Oct 14 2014
    • Run rule only if property value has changed since loaded

      I have a rule that should only run if the property value has changed since the object was fetched from the database. I do need to call CheckRules though before the end of the DP_F method. Is there a way to suppress just this one rule from CheckRules? If not, I was thinking of creating a PropertyInfo...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by Andy on Mon, Jul 22 2013
    • ValidationRules vs PropertyHasChanged?

      We are using CSLA 3.8.x and want to build some validation rules that configure some default values whenever a property has changed. We are using validation rules as has been suggested on this forum, so to minimize the amount of code that goes into the setter methods in our properties. However, this causes...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by Marjon1 on Sun, Oct 30 2011
    • CSLA 4 - Business Rules: Affecting Child properties

      Hi All We're still converting over to CSLA 4 and have a couple of questions regarding implementing the new Business Rules. Scenario 1 - Change to property, should have rule affect properties on children. The BO structure is an editable root with an editable child list - or in our inhouse shorthand...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by Jaans on Sun, Jan 9 2011
    • CSLA 4 PropertyHasChanged breaking change

      As we are upgrading to CSLA 4, I'm happy to see the changes in CSLA 4 result in much more concise and strongly typed code. I cannot place enough emphasis on the value of this, especially at compile time! With the Rules system it is a bit more difficult to ensure type safety at compile time especially...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by Jaans on Sun, Dec 19 2010
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