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    • New Desktop App Development Project

      10 years ago I architected a solution where we used CSLA to develop a custom ERP system using CSLA for .Net\WinForms. Now, I am looking to start a similar project and was wondering if this is still a good bet. We need a solid, reliable and Scalable distributed windows framework (some functionality might...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by issuarez on Sat, Feb 28 2015
    • Re: CSLA and the new ASP.NET Web API

      Hey Rocky, be a fan for a while now--geez... has it been a decade already?? Anyway--my two cents... wrestling one convention or practice in favor of another... relaxing constraints... I don't think that's what your community is necessarily trying to convey. Perhaps a comprise in that they are...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by kirkpabk on Mon, Jun 2 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
    • Is Thread safe When AsyncBusinessRule completed???

      Dear all: when i read the source code of csla, i have some questions.pls help to answer. i have a property (named filedA) with a async rule(business rule not validation rule),it calls the server to calculate something and then update another property (named filedB) on the completed callback thread. now...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by Sam_Lin on Fri, Sep 27 2013
    • Re: CSLA and SPA / Hot Towel

      Welcome to the forum and community :) This is certainly an area I've been giving a lot of thought over the past few weeks/months. It has come up in a couple other threads and one or two of my blog posts as well. There are perhaps three primary ways to approach the challenge. Accept that the SPA model...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by RockfordLhotka on Wed, Feb 27 2013
    • Business Logic inside a SSIS Package instead of in objects?

      I'd like to know if anyone has used SQL SSIS packages to handle business rules/validation in their application workflow instead of placing all those rules inside business objects. The goal in my dept has been to do all rules/validation in CSLA objects going forward. However, for a current large project...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by Tim on Fri, Jan 11 2013
    • SL vs WPF going forward - another look

      I've received a lot of good advice from Rocky over the past year through this forum and his blog about future direction between SL & WPF. I also read the white paper at magenic on the SL/WPF/WinRT direction. One of the big points I noticed was that the advice seemed to revolve around staying...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by Tim on Wed, Aug 29 2012
    • Two tier vs. Three tier needs analysis

      We have a smart client application and historically have always used the local dataportal (two tier). We have some potential engagements with large customers coming up. Are there any specific best practices or guidance on how to do a proper needs analysis to determine the best physical deployment scenario...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by gl006 on Mon, Nov 7 2011
    • Question on 3-tier vs 2-tier physcial deployment

      I was at the Magenic Code Mastery event in Atlanta this past weekend, and during the Q&A time I asked about using 2-tier or 3-tier deployment for a CSLA app that runs with about 400 concurrent users, in a Windows/AD environment, with most users on the LAN. Rocky mentioned that in this particular...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by Tim on Thu, Oct 13 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...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion 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...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by RockyRocks on Tue, Jul 5 2011
    • CSLA SIlverlight Architecture question

      We are building a silverlight4 CSLA 4 application using MVVM methodology.I have a UI screen whose viewmodel is of type BusinessBase and this object has several children including BusinessBases and BusinessListBases. Different parts of the screen have contextmenus that open childwindows permissing the...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by Ranjini on Tue, Oct 12 2010

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