It might just be a very silly question. But where can I get a class reference of all the classes that is there in CSLA?
Use Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate edition - it has code analysis tools that'll let you view and explore all the types in a solution - very cool stuff.
Alternately, you can grab the chm help file from the download page (http://www.lhotka.net/cslanet/download.aspx), though the most recent one is for version 3.8.2.
fwiw, I just put a diagram of the top level types (the ones people should typically use) online at
so if you own the Using CSLA 4: CSLA .NET Overview ebook, or the Using CSLA 4 ebook series you might find that useful.
And of course, that ebook series will be the documentation/reference information for CSLA 4, so it might be what you are looking for.
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