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I have read online about the disadvantages and advantages of the different application architecture tiers. I try to use an n-tier architecture when I build my web applications, but also build 2 tire applications for quick pushout applications that do not require many forms or logic. I have not read anything dealing with the performance pros and cons of using a specific architecture over another. Wanted to see what members opinions were and which is the best method to use, be it 2-tier, 3-tier or n-tier.
Can anyone explain me the advantages & disadvantages of Microsoft Silverlight?
I usually work with windows forms, and am just starting to work with ASP.Net, so appologies if this is a dumb question!
I have a master page which has a search button on it. The results of this are built up using a Linq statement and if there are any results, I want to display the results in a contents page.
On the masterpage, I have the following code:
Public Overridable ReadOnly Property SearchRes()
Private Sub DoSearch()
'some code to get a linq result
If res.Any Then
_res = res
LabelNoRes.Visible = True
On the SearchResults.aspx page I have this code.
Dim m As pxSite = CType(Page.Master, MasterPage)
If m.SearchRes IsNot Nothing Then
Label1.Text = "Results found = " & m.SearchRes.Count
m.searchRes is always nothing.
What am I doing wrong here?
I'm not sure how to structure the code for this but what I want to do is be able to add data to a database, and once this has completed successfully, then email the user to say the details have been added successfully to the database.
I need to:
1. Check that the relevant data has been added into the database then
2. Email the details of the relevant data when completed.
Thanks in advance for your help,