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    • Re: ApplicationContextManager issue and WCF

      Thanks Jonny, you were absolutely right. The problem is solved with the code in the later release. I appreciate your time. Andrew
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by RockyRocks on Tue, Jul 16 2013
    • Re: ApplicationContextManager issue and WCF

      Hi Jonny, Thanks for your rapid response. That's very useful information and it looks like the code changes should ensure we don't run into this one again, or at least we would run into it only in sections of the code that run on background or custom threads and would not spread to change the behaviour of the AppDomain for the test of its lifetime
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by RockyRocks on Mon, Jul 8 2013
    • Re: ApplicationContextManager issue and WCF

      Further to my previous post the developer who managed to recreate it whilst debugging found that after the WCF service started to fail the Csla.ApplicationContext.User result was different to HttpContext.Current.User. Csla.ApplicationContext.User returned an unauthenticated user with no roles whereas HttpContext.Current.User returned the custom principal
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by RockyRocks on Mon, Jul 8 2013
    • ApplicationContextManager issue and WCF

      It looks like we have a nasty problem with ApplicationContext which I am hoping someone can help with. We have some WCF services hosted within an ASP.NET website (where the website also contains ASPX pages) so that we can expose data to JavaScript for client-side functionality (such as auto-complete dropdowns.) All of the WCF services have AspNetCompatibility
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by RockyRocks on Mon, Jul 8 2013
    • Re: Upgrading from 3.8.1 to 4.2.2

      Doing an upgrade without allowing yourself time to learn the changes is a stressful route to have chosen. There are rarely shortcuts to learning new things. What is forcing the upgrade? If you are running on full .NET then using multiple .NET frameworks is fine; you should be able to compile your app against .NET 4.0 even if using CSLA 3.8x
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by RockyRocks on Sat, Jul 21 2012
    • Re: Set default values in Editable Child Collection bound to DataGridView

      Your collection will have an AddNewCore method which will call a factory method on your child object when a new instance is added to the list. That factory method makes the addition of an object in this case work the normal way; there is code in your child that gets called when a new object is created (called by the child data portal) and that is where
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by RockyRocks on Sat, Jul 21 2012
    • Re: CSLA not Thread-safe?

      Wow, great info. I have done a bit of TPLing in one CSLA system, but luckily it was done using a raw List<T> and POCOs in that particular part - and, of course, not adding to/removing from the list in the paralleled code. That seemed to work fine - but I never considered that it wouldn't work if I had used an editable list. Out of interest
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by RockyRocks on Sat, Jul 21 2012
    • Re: Is CSLA the right tool for a web-only environment?

      Hi Andy, Thanks for your response. Your points are all interesting. MVC - data binding is used then, but of course it is only one-way binding. The cleverness of CSLA is in providing two way binding, which is a bit more involved and would not be used in MVC. The .NET 2.0 controls in WebForms support two-way data binding, but then the question of sanitization
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by RockyRocks on Tue, Jul 19 2011
    • Is CSLA the right tool for a web-only environment?

      I'm a big proponent of CSLA and have used it a lot. However, I've just moved company and I'm asking myself whether it is the right tool for the job here. I've been told that at the new place everything must be delivered on the web. Note that by web delivery I am talking about WebForms or MVC - sadly Silverlight can't be used. In
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by RockyRocks on Fri, Jul 15 2011
    • Is CSLA the right tool for a web-only environment?

      I'm a big proponent of CSLA and have used it a lot. However, I've just moved company and I'm asking myself whether it is the right tool for the job here. In my old place the ability to build a business layer and then make use of it with multiple UIs was something I used a lot. I am still a firm believer in a Windows app because you can deliver
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by RockyRocks on Tue, Jul 5 2011
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