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comment A design pattern for data binding an object (with subclasses) to asp.net user control
Hi can you please elaborate this a bit based on my case?
Feb
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comment A design pattern for data binding an object (with subclasses) to asp.net user control
@mike yes its bindinhg, I am doubtful about pattern. User control will hide/ show fields based on the Address format it should bind to. My problem is If i have a lot of address objects, how can I efficiently bind it in User control
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comment A design pattern for data binding an object (with subclasses) to asp.net user control
Same user control different field hide/show based on class heirarchy
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revised A design pattern for data binding an object (with subclasses) to asp.net user control
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revised A design pattern for data binding an object (with subclasses) to asp.net user control
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comment A design pattern for data binding an object (with subclasses) to asp.net user control
@MattDavey In simple sense it is data binding a class object to asp.net user control. This is definitely a dependency, and I am not talking about dependency injection per-se. It is definitely a dependency issue also. Anyways I will change the title, so as to make it simple.
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comment Custom templating in a web application
hi.. "power users will have the ability to deeply customize their screens". That is exactly my requirement, considering this like ERP modules, each module is really configurable based on the rules. What is the problem for this approach in multi-tier application? This is going to be an n-tier application. Can you please elaborate on that concept
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comment Custom templating in a web application
and if this question seems to be a polling question, please suggest me a better exchange site