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    • Timeout period elapsed obtaining connection from the pool

      I'm using CSLA.net 4.1 in a Silverlight MVVM application with WCF dataportal. So I"ve run into an issue where after the application runs for a while I get errors that new connections can't be added to the connection pool. This tells me that my sql calls are not returning connections to the...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by JonM on Tue, Jun 7 2011
    • Using objectfactory on the client side dataportal

      Hello every body with special thanks to dear rocky for his amazing framework as im new to CSLA Frame work i created the training project to learn how to apply the pattern of this frame work. first at all i created the library as a project tracker library with some different business objects then i decide...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by Saman on Mon, Jun 6 2011
    • Re: Connection Manager Transaction

      You should probably use the TransactionManager type instead of ConnectionManager. The way ADO.NET works, the connection is unaware of things like transactions. But the transaction object is very much aware of the connection, and exposes the connection as a property. The Csla.Data namespace includes manager...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by RockfordLhotka on Tue, May 31 2011
    • Re: Identity Column

      Normally the parent will insert itself into the database so it has its new Id value. Then when the parent calls FieldManager.UpdateChildren (or explicitly saves each child), it passes a reference to itself as a parameter. This way the child objects have a reference to the parent while they are being...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by RockfordLhotka on Wed, May 18 2011
    • Re: Modular Developpement and ObjectFactoryLoader

      If you create your own object factory loader you can do anything you want. There's nothing that prevents you from loading different (or multiple) DAL assemblies based on your requirements. The Using CSLA 4: Data Access ebook shows how to create a custom factory loader. The default factory loader...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by RockfordLhotka on Tue, May 17 2011
    • N-Tier application. Underlying connection was closed

      Hi, I'm new to the CSLA framework and I'm trying to write an N-Tier application so I can demo the framework to my company. I'm really struggling to get the data access working. I keep getting the "The underlying connection was closed: The connection was closed unexpectedly." error...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by JacoM on Tue, May 17 2011
    • Re: Child_Fetch of object fetched from multiple entities

      RiderInfo is a read-only object, and RiderInfoList is a read-only list of RiderInfo? Normally you'd do the database query in the RiderInfoList class's DataPortal_Fetch, so all the data is retrieved in one database call. In your case this will require a join or a predictive load of the secondary...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by RockfordLhotka on Thu, Apr 28 2011
    • Re: Beginner Question about saving children lists

      This is discussed in Chapters 17-18 of Expert 2008 Business Objects , and even more thoroughly in the Using CSLA 4: Data Access ebook. The basic answer is that the parent calls FieldManager.UpdateChildren (to update all children) or DataPortal.UpdateChild (to update a specfic child). Then each child...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by RockfordLhotka on Fri, Apr 15 2011
    • Beginner Question about saving children lists

      I am new to CSLA and have a really basic question about saving children lists. For instance: I have a Editable root object that has a BusinesListBase in it. Within that list I have a collection of BusinessBase objects. The ListBase and Businessbase objects are both marked as children. It's not a...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by TScorpio on Fri, Apr 15 2011
    • Re: Multiple database for asp.net application

      Yes, if you have two databases you will need two connection strings. Your data access code (in any of the four data access models ) will then open connections to both databases as necessary to get and update the data in your object model. If you need transactional protection, you must use EnterpriseServices...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by RockfordLhotka on Fri, Apr 1 2011
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