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    • Linq to SQL with CSLA - Property evaluation failed error when passing parent object to child

      I have a business object with 20+ properties. And child having 15+ properties which is a Businesslistbase. I require the Root object property values in updating some child property values. When I use linq to sql and pass the root object in the Dataportal_Update() method like below <Transactional(TransactionalTypes...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by bala345 on Thu, Jun 6 2013
    • Re: Unable to serialize...

      Is this .NET or Silverlight? I'll assume .NET, or you wouldn't have gotten anywhere at all. In .NET, the entire object graph must be serializable. That means the classes that define all the objects in the entire graph must be serializable. Any object referenced from a field must be serializable...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by RockfordLhotka on Thu, Feb 2 2012
    • Unable to serialize...

      Hello nice people out there :) I've run into very interesting problem. So far I am using CSLA 4.1 and have built WCF Service (the standart CSLA built-in service) so I can use CommandBase to execute code on the server (n-tier appliation). Most of the CommandBase objects are working fine. The interesting...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by Hurty on Thu, Feb 2 2012
    • Is LINQ to SQL server-side execution ?

      Hello everyone. For couple of months I've been working with CSLA framework and I've been very positive about all the features. They are just great. However, I ran into making the whole application currently working on being 3-tier application . So I created WCF data portal and put the logic server...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by Hurty on Fri, Jan 27 2012
    • How does the ContextManager access the web.config

      I am new to this forum and fairly new to CSLA, have been working with it for a couple of months. We have a ASP.NET application writen in c# using CSLA.NET 3.6, linq to sql and Sql Server 2008 as the back-end. The database name is CIMS and is on a separate database server. We have a number of separate...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by WillGo on Wed, Apr 6 2011
    • Re: Is it wise to tie my framework to Linq to SQL?

      Microsoft has made it pretty clear that their direction is EF, not L2S. But since L2S shipped as part of .NET, it falls under the standard service agreement, which means they'll basically keep it running and support it for 10 years, but it probably won't get enhanced, or be integrated into anything...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by RockfordLhotka on Sat, Nov 13 2010
    • Re: CSLA and LINQ to SQL invokes Distributed Transaction Coordinator

      Using ContextManager is a good start. There are some things to consider: You must use ContextManager consistently - no code must talk to the database without using it You must use the database name or connection string consistently - no variation is allowed You must do all child data access before the...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by RockfordLhotka on Wed, Sep 1 2010
    • Help with Images using CSLA and LINQ to SQL

      I am working on an application that requires customer passport photographs to be saved directly in an SQL Server 2005 DB. The field used is of type VARBINAR(MAX). I am using CSLA In this particular app, i have three layers: The DAL (using LINQ to SQL), the Library Layer (BOs) and a Winforms...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by coommark on Fri, May 21 2010
    • Re: How can I use a ContextManager to retrieve a list of objects?

      It sounds like your stored procedure is returning a single Integer result, not a list of data. You need to get the stored procedure call working first, then get the data loaded into your business object.
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by RockfordLhotka on Thu, May 13 2010
    • How Far Can I Push the New CSLA 4 Authorization Model?

      I am working on a system to be implemented using CSLA 4. One of the requiements is row level authorization. That is, the every user has permissions on the business objects, but based upon authorization information, a user retrieving a list of these business objects would only be able to see a subset...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by JonStonecash on Sun, May 9 2010
    • Security and ORMs

      OK, bit late I know, but I'm doing more research on CSLA 3.8 inc. reading more of the 2008 book. I'm thinking about how to change our (outdated, CSLA 3, ported from CSLA 2) architecture to support unit testing. This will include updates to our CodeSmith Templates (VB, so maintained by us as more...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by RockyRocks on Fri, Apr 30 2010
    • OT: Linq to Sql stored procedure result set

      Hi, I currently have a CTE view, which uses recursion to calculate the quantity of items from an order (or invoice). The view works, but because there are quite a bit of line item rows to deal with, it takes about 16 seconds to run. I ran the tuning wizard, but its recommendations only shaved three seconds...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by Andy on Fri, Apr 2 2010
    • Linq to Sql - Order of operations

      Hi, I have a Csla BusinessListBase, which is a child of another BO. The problem I have is this; users can add items to the list, which ties a produt to the price list (the price list is the parent BO, if that matters). The problem is that a user can add a product which is already on the list. Not a huge...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by Andy on Wed, Mar 24 2010

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