In Chapter 1, we discussed the concepts behind the use of business objects and distributed objects. In Chapter 2, we explored the design of our business framework. In the last chapter, we walked through the key .NET Framework technologies that we need to implement distributed object-oriented systems. In this chapter, we’re going to combine everything we’ve learned so far as we create many of the classes in the CSLA .NET framework, using .NET technologies to support the creation of distributed, object-oriented business applications. Specifically, we’ll create the following components:
CSLA. dll (or at least, the greater part of it)
KeywordsData Binding Business Logic Business Object Business Rule Collection Object
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