I am investigating a little bit within the project tracker sample application.
Can someone explain to me for what the separate class ProjectResourceEditCreator is for?
Sure, I see it creates ProjectResourceEdit instances and fetches them from the database.
But why is this separate implemented and not by factory methods within ProjectResourceEdit?
Thanks for clarification,
btw: is there any overview documentation about the PT sample?
It is described in the Using CSLA 4 ASP.NET MVC book (and with figures too):
"The ProjectResourceEditCreator exists to support asynchronous smart client applications
and stateless web server applications. This type isn’t used by synchronous smart client
Good to know, thank you!
I never looked inside the UI books so far....
I'd actually like to raise this issue again.
I'm looking at the current (4.3.12) version of the ProjectTracker project from a WPF-over-3-tiers perspective. I also have the eBooks for CSLA 4.
The UsingCsla4-05-WPF-SL.pdf book (Rev 0.4 (draft)) states the following:
The ProjectResourceEditCreator type is not used by the smart client applications covered in this ebook. For a full discussion of this type, please refer to the Using CSLA 4: ASP.NET MVC ebook.
However, when I run the WPF client in debug and add a resource to a project the following method is being called:
public static void GetProjectResourceEditCreator(int resourceId, EventHandler<DataPortalResult<ProjectResourceEditCreator>> callback)
I'm about to develop a WPF application making asynchronous calls over WCF to a middle tier, and I'm puzzled as to what is the advised pattern.
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