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    • ASP.NET MVC (3) and CSLA Child collections

      Although I have searched the forums and seen a number of posts on using MVC with CSLA (one of which was specifically on child collections !) none of them seem to answer the specific question around having an MVC View for an ER and an ECC. In this scenario, let's say we have a Customer ER, with an ECC of Addresses. In our use-case we have to have
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by Dan Lewis on Thu, Feb 10 2011
    • Re: CSLA 4 preview available

      Thanks for the suggestion Rocky, the MVC test project gives me a good head start on usage. Regards, Dan.
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by Dan Lewis on Thu, Apr 15 2010
    • Re: CSLA 4 preview available

      Hi Rocky, I'm not sure if I'm missing something or not, but the current PTWebMvc project in trunk (I have checked out the latest) is from around October last year and doesn't seem to be using the new ModelBinder or Controller base class in Csla.Web.Mvc (it just accepts the id and a form collection and then calls UpdateModel manually). I'm
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by Dan Lewis on Wed, Apr 14 2010
    • Re: CSLA 4 preview available

      Is there any advice or examples on how to use the new ASP.NET MVC Model Binder / Controller enhancements? Thanks, Dan.
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by Dan Lewis on Tue, Apr 13 2010
    • ChildDataPortal DataPortalException inside BusinessException

      Hi, I am using csla 3.8.2 and was just playing around with showing exceptions to the user in a nicer way. A good example is when you try to delete a database record that has a foreign key constraint on another table and you end up breaking referential integrity. With the SqlClient, this is thrown as a SqlException with a Number of "547". I realise that
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by Dan Lewis on Thu, Dec 17 2009
    • Re: core CSLA 3.8 vidoes / design questions

      Prefect. Thanks for the clarification Rocky. Regards, Dan.
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by Dan Lewis on Wed, Dec 16 2009
    • core CSLA 3.8 vidoes / design questions

      Hi, I've recently purchased the core CSLA .NET 3.8 video series and have been watching the first three available videos and following along with the code samples download and I've noticed a couple of slight differences in the csla object patterns used in the samples than those shown in the project tracker app. The first one that springs to mind is that
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by Dan Lewis on Tue, Dec 15 2009
    • Re: To Edit or Not To Edit

      I definitely agree it could be argued both ways. Perhaps from a purist, OO, "behaviour not data" etc point of view, then by definition the list (or at least one object) is editable because you can change its state from not-void to void. In that case, I guess the other objects would in effect have a business rule that prevents them from being saved,
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by Dan Lewis on Mon, Sep 15 2008
    • Re: Fully consolidate CSLA 3.5 book.

      No doubt this has passed through your mind already, but maybe an option for the future woud be to split the books out into one dealing with just the theory and implementation of the framework i.e. current chapters 1 - 5 and then a seperate book with examples and use of the framework as in a kind of 'CSLA .NET Companion'? (Though I'm sure it would not
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by Dan Lewis on Thu, Nov 29 2007
    • Re: CSLADATASOURCE - Newbie

      I have not done this before, but my initial reaction would be to avoid using the CslaDataSource for this scenario - that is keep the CslaDataSource for the CSLA objects for which it was designed. I'd treat your web service the same as any other web service i.e. no one need know it is really using CSLA behind the scenes. If you go with that approach
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by Dan Lewis on Thu, Apr 5 2007
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