I have a question about best practices - We have a CSLA based web app, that stores information in a session while the user works, through multiple pages, before saving to db.
I have corrected a bug in the system, but have a question on what CSLA experts recommend as a best practice.
my app works with surety bonds, each Bond has a Broker, and each Broker has a BrokerId (and many other fields also)
So we end up with code like this-
SessionValue.CurrentRequest.Bond.BrokerId = 1;
Other sections of the code refer to these brokerId a different way, by not using a foreign key i.e "CurrentRequest.Bond.Broker.BrokerId" instead of "CurrentRequest.Bond.BrokerId"
I have been tasked with finding out if using foreign keys in this manner is: A. Safe and B. recommended by CSLA as a best practice.?
Can someone please shed some light if this technique is a big no-no/ not recommended? Thanks in advance!
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