is there any impact of using static methods in Business Access layer in 3 tier applciation,
Please suggest me what are the best practices and standards
View Complete Post
I'm trying to find a way to map a path to a pdf object in my business layer.. im using nop commerce and their messagemanager class is in the business layer and all calls to email queuing and the like are done in the business layer..
i would love to know if there's a way to do it without having the ability to pass the path in from the web layer..
my backup plan is an appsetting in web.config.. but hoped it wouldn't come to that?!
The User Interface Process Application Block (UIP) from the Microsoft Patterns & Practices team can help you isolate your UI, write unit tests for your UI logic, and write a UI that really is the thin layer it was always meant to be. Mark Seemann shows you how it's done in this article.
MSDN Magazine August 2005
Implementing data access functionality is a core activity of most developers working with the .NET Framework, and the data access layers they build are an essential part of their applications. This article outlines five ideas to consider when building a data access layer with Visual Studio .NET and the .NET Framework. The tips include taking advantage of object-oriented techniques and the .NET Framework infrastructure by using base classes, making classes easily inheritable by following guidelines, and carefully examining your needs before deciding on a presentation method and external interface.
MSDN Magazine April 2003
MSDN Magazine August 2001
I have a solution that consists of some web projects and websites (seperate projects in one solution) When I run the main project and debug I want to step into a function that resides in another project as a business layer function and then step into another function in DAL project. I set breakpoints in both projects (DAL and BLL) but am not able to step into those functions!!!
What is the problem with vwd express, It should support such vital thing.
Hello. I was hoping for some general help and comments.
I went through a lot of the ASP.Net Web Forms Tutorials.
I also went though the whole "ASP.Net in 24 Hours" book by Scott Mictchell. I followed everything that went on in that book and built the final project successfully. I also used the tutorials here to better understand the whole Membership Provider/User tables setup that was going on in the book.
Next, I thought I would learn more about accessing data for ASP.Net since that is what most application do.
I went through the first Data Tutorial here. I seemed to understand what was going on just fine.
The second Data Tutorial seemed to just show a lot of VB code to build the Business Logic Layer. There was not much explanation about how to do it yourself.
I think I can keep going in the tutorials here. I downloaded the code from the second tutorial and went through it.I am guessing that the code in the second tutorial was given just to
proceed with the overall project that is being built throughout the
I just wish I understood what is going on in those long lists of VB code. I can see some of what is going on. I don't know VB very well at all. So, what is the next step?
I have started working through a VB book. Will learning VB help me understand the code in that tu
I am aware of the terminology "Static Member", "Static Class" and "Static Method"
Give some examples, What scenarios make us to use or create Static member, Static Class and Static Method?