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Nov
21
accepted Same android app connecting to multiple database -concept
Nov
21
comment Same android app connecting to multiple database -concept
The problem though is central login server is not feasible, because each customer has multiple users (segregated). Is there some way I can put in some key into the android app when a user downloads it from some location?. But actually you have some how captured all parameters I was thinking :)
Nov
21
comment Same android app connecting to multiple database -concept
thanks for the insight :). In my case, each customer has a specific database and so I think it is the second approach suits the purpose. What I am confused about is how configurable is the endpoint . Say customer A downloads app for Client A and customer B downloads app for Client B. How will I recognize it as from Client A and Client B? [Can you elaborate on that configuring android app for customer to customer] based on some App setting?
Nov
21
asked Same android app connecting to multiple database -concept
Jul
30
awarded  Notable Question
Aug
31
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
18
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
15
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
Feb
15
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
Feb
15
awarded  Promoter
Feb
14
revised A design pattern for data binding an object (with subclasses) to asp.net user control
edited title
Feb
13
revised A design pattern for data binding an object (with subclasses) to asp.net user control
edited title
Feb
13
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.
Feb
12
asked A design pattern for data binding an object (with subclasses) to asp.net user control
Feb
8
reviewed Satisfactory Loop fusion example using aspect-oriented framework
Feb
8
awarded  Custodian
Feb
8
reviewed Excellent How to get initial API right using TDD?
Feb
8
reviewed Satisfactory Guidance in naming awkward domain-specific objects?
Feb
8
reviewed Needs Improvement C++ name mangling and linker symbol resolution
Feb
1
awarded  Scholar