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    • Using SaveObject() in Mvc controller

      Hi, I am working on a Mvc4-project and I am wondering why I rather should use the method SaveObject() instead of myObject = myObject.Save() when inserting or updating the db? The beginning of my code in my controller looks like the following: public class HomeController : Csla.Web.Mvc. Controller , IModelCreator...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by Peter Centellini on Thu, Jan 8 2015
    • Older CSLA with asp.net web api - authentication, what am I doing wrong?

      Can anyone save some of my hair? :) I'm trying to create an asp.net WEB API interface for an older CSLA project. I am testing by hard coding the login on every request in various ways (once in the startup code, as an authorization request filter, inside the individual route request etc etc). All...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by JCardina on Mon, Aug 18 2014
    • Csla.net based MVC 4 project with Devexpress Extentions

      Hi, I'm starting a new project, I was planning to use asp.net mvc 4 with csla.net and (for the ui) devexpress mvc extentions. Csla needs to change default binder to cslamodelbinder and devexpress needs to change default binder to DevexpressEditorsBinder Any solution for this? Can i combine two binders...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by galford on Mon, Feb 17 2014
    • Multiple DataPortals - Could I and Should I?

      I have an ASP.NET MVC application that I am currently working on. The application should scale to be able to support web farms. In addition to plain old database access, users will have the ability to upload files. Of course this means the files will need to be uploaded to a single server location on...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by NightOwl888 on Sun, Nov 17 2013
    • Validation WebService

      Validation rules of the attributes do not work with webservice. Ex : BusinessRules.AddRule(new Required(CodPrestadorOperadoraProperty)); The field is required, but when I save generates the error _Eleg.Save(); " Object is not valid and can not be saved "
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by jairan on Tue, Oct 1 2013
    • MVC4 Binding an object which has a property of type BusinessListBase

      Hi I have a viewmodel set up which is of type object1. Object1 has some properties, one of which is another object(object2) of type BusinessListBase. Currently when I submit my form using defaultModelBinder, object2 always has count = 0. Is the only way to bind the list to use FormCollection as below...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by dsburny on Fri, Jun 7 2013
    • Extending BusinessRules to Support Client-Side Validation in ASP.NET MVC

      I am working on a way to make custom CSLA validation rules work with the extensible validation architecture of ASP.NET MVC. I have worked out how to extend MVC to inject the client-side rules, like this: 1. Create subclass of DataAnnotationsModelValidatorProvider, overriding GetValidators(): protected...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by NightOwl888 on Wed, May 1 2013
    • Best approach to validation of sensitive values, but not transmitting them

      I am attempting to rework the AccountController in the MVC4 default template so it uses CSLA rather than SimpleMembership because SimpleMembership didn't meet my requirements. I am replacing the command-based architecture with CSLA business objects. Right now I am working with the UserRegister business...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by NightOwl888 on Sat, Apr 27 2013
    • Do you need experience working with csla.net?

      Do you need experience working with csla.net? Would you like to help out a startup that is built on csla.net? I have openings for interested interns to get experience with technologies like, csla.net 4.5.x, vs.net 2012, ASP.NET MVC, web API, TFS, Windows Azure, SQL Database, Twilio, Mailchimp, Angularjs...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by Chris on Mon, Mar 11 2013
    • IsInRole not working using MVC 4

      I have an application written in Csla using Mvc 3 and converted it to Mvc 4. I have a menu that displays items based on what role the user is in. Hmm, the link used to be: http://www.webpirates.nl/webpirates/robin-van-der-knaap/29-aspnet-mvc-site-map for the site map. This I combined with implementing...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by CyclingFoodmanPA on Fri, Mar 1 2013
    • Error with Csla.ApplicationContext.User

      I am evaluating CSLA.NET for an MVC project that I am working on. We would like to us MVC 4 but we are running into some issues with the Csla.ApplicationContext.User.IsInRole method and custom principals and identities. I have been working on a solution using the CSLA.NET 4.5.11 beta, but we have experienced...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by TomMcCann on Mon, Feb 11 2013
    • Csla.ApplicationContext.User not holding my Custom Principal object

      I am developing a POC for a customer using the following technologies. CSLA.NET 4.5 .NET Framework 4.5 ASP.NET MVC 4 I have been running into some issues with the Csla.ApplicationContext.User not holding my Custom principal object. When a user has logged in, it reverts back to the regular principal object...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by TommyB on Thu, Jan 3 2013
    • Deploying ASP.NET MVC 4 / csla.net app to Windows Azure

      I am currently reading Rocky's ebook on using csla.net 4 on deploying a dataportal to Windows Azure. But, I am uncertain about something because I am so new to Windows Azure. I understand the instructions on how to deploy a dataportal as a webrole. But, I don't want to incur any costs that aren't...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by Chris on Tue, Sep 4 2012

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