By Dan Kent
It is easy to write down fragments of ASP.NET code. yet lots of new net builders stumble once they have to create full-fledged purposes. This ebook gets them "over the hump. you will study through exploring one entire software, then steadily customizing it a growing number of. by the point you are performed, your app can be extra "yours" than "theirs" - and you will be able to go away your education wheels behind.The program, a web neighborhood, is common: you could end up "borrowing" a few of it in your personal initiatives. you will begin with easy running a blog good points, then upload dynamic information, boards, occasions calendars, and polls. you are going to enhance the consumer interface, and upload member administration and keep an eye on. And alongside the way in which, you will develop more well-off with every little thing from layout to debugging.
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Our code does not have any information about the structure of the database (table names, column names, and so forth) in it—the persistence service repository, which we will be looking at later in this chapter, holds the information required to link persistent object classes with database tables. Find(Type, Criteria) . vb The Find method is very similar to the FindObject method, except that it returns a list of objects rather than a single object. There are only two overloads of FindObject—the one we are using here that takes a Criteria object as its second parameter and an overload that takes a SQL query string as its second parameter.
Even with a small set of images, a lot of data has to be downloaded in order to view this page. It would be much better if “real” thumbnails were generated from uploaded images. Adding Information to Module Instances I’m sure you have been wondering how the members add information to their modules. The key to this lies in the login control underneath the navigation. After a user has logged in, he can add information to his modules, create new modules, and modify those that are already there. Let’s borrow Zoetrope’s account (I’m sure she won’t mind) to have a look at how this works.
PublicEmail (Boolean)—A value that determines whether to display the member’s email address to other users of the community. MemberPageSection (Section)—A Section object for the section that should be displayed when users view the member’s personal page. NonMemberPageSections (IList)—A collection containing all the member’s sections except for her MemberPageSection. ModuleInstances (IList)—A collection containing all the module instances the member has created. Note that some of the properties have type IList.
ASP.NET Evolution by Dan Kent