I'm reading this excellent article by John Papa in MSDN Data Points - http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/cc700340.aspx
This single article alone sheds great deal of light on EF, WCF, WPF, MVP architecture, Layered Architecture with these technologies and so much more.
I'm trying to experiment with the code that comes with the article as is.
When executing the application, the service layer returns a Generic List with threeÃÂ Customer objectsÃÂ to the presentation layer. However, in presentation layer, the Generic list arrives with zero objects in the list. In the context of this application, I provide 'd' as a search criteria and hit the search button; while stepping through, I can see it returns 3 rows from the database.
With my limited experience in WCF, I am unable to figure out why it is so. This article was written ÃÂ for 3.5 SP1 Beta 1. Could something changed in the general release that is causing this?
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