Yesterday I bought the "Creating business objects" book. There is no treatment for the "timestamp property", Will it be in the Data Access book?
In the sample code I saw the "timestamp property" was treated like a managed backing field? Could somebody explain me why it canged from private to managed?
The reason for making it a private property with a managed backing field is so the business classes work with Silverlight and WP7.
Yes, I could have overridden OnGetState and OnSetState to serialize a private backing field, but I think it is simpler to use a managed backing field so CSLA does the work for me and my business classes don't end up cluttered with serialization code.
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