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    • Child in RootList is saved when it is unchanged.

      We have model below for 10 buildings: Buildings ( EditableRootList ) --- à Floors( EditableChildList ) ----- à Rooms( EditableChildList ) But, each time of Save() in folowing code, it creates a new record for the previous saved-records. Anything I did wrong or I missed? (I did use CSLA...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by TF Zheng on Mon, Jul 2 2012
    • CSLA objects being cached portal side on IIS7

      Hi, I work for a company who have developed a large application using CSLA (quite an old CSLA version I might add - in the region of version 1.x) and we have noticed a somewhat annoying characteristic since switching to hosting the portals in IIS7 from IIS6 - objects on the portal are being cached between...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by nobby_trussin on Tue, Sep 13 2011
    • Use a local database is a remote connection is unavailable.

      This is a general question as I have not seen an answer anywhere (at least so far) and thought I may get a jump on something that I know will have to be addressed. We have an situation with the program I am working on where it will normally connect to a remote database (SQL Server). However some users...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by Roger_wgnr on Wed, Mar 9 2011
    • EF Detached objects and CSLA

      I noticed that, when working with EF, people are handling the detached objects from the EF context in 3 ways (may be more, I just seen these) - Re-query the db for the object before Updates - Re-Construct only the EntityKey with the info at hand - Only carry the EntityKey in the CSLA object on a binary...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by Andres Bastidas on Fri, Dec 10 2010
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