Just struck me that with all the new featues and fun of the c# language in recent years that there might now be a way to achieve something I do more gracefully.....
I have a need to change a few behaviours of core Csla so I override the odd method here and there. My problems is there are several methods that are private or not virtual so I need to actually make changes to the Csla code. Obviously I'd really like to avoid that.
Is there anyway I can achieve this without changing the core Csla code?
Note: just to clarify: the changes I make in the Clsa code are to tag methods, etc. as virtual or protected. I don't actually plumb any logic changes in those methods.
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