Chapter 15. Persistence and the Data Portal

This chapter will continue walking through the framework implementation by focusing on how CSLA .NET provides support for mobile objects. Chapter 1 introduced the concept of mobile objects, including the idea that in an ideal world, business logic would be available both on the client workstation (or web server) and on the application server. In this chapter, the implementation of data access is designed specifically to leverage the concept of mobile objects by enabling objects to move between client and server. When on the client, all the data binding and UI support from Chapters 7 to 13 is available to a UI developer; and when on the server, the objects can be persisted to a database or other data ...

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