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BusinessListBase inherits from System.ComponentModel.BindingList<T>, so it starts with all the core functionality of a data-bindable .NET collection.
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The BusinessListBase class also defines the data access methods discussed previously in the section on BusinessBase. This allows retrieval of a collection of objects directly (rather than a single object at a time), if that s what is required by the application design. Typically only the following methods are implemented in a list: DataPortal_Create() DataPortal_Fetch() There is a DataPortal_Update() method, but BusinessListBase provides a default implementation that is usually sufficient to save all objects contained in the list.
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The BusinessListBase class also defines the MarkAsChild() method discussed in the previous Editable Child section. This is typically called automatically when an instance of the class is created by the data portal and indicates that the list is a child of some other object. When creating a child list, the developer will typically implement the following data access methods: Child_Create() Child_Fetch() There is a Child_Update() method but BusinessListBase provides a default implementation that is usually sufficient to save all objects contained in the list.
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The EditableRootListBase class is the base from which collections of editable root business objects can be created. This stereotype and base class exist to support a very specific scenario where the list is data bound to a Windows Forms grid control, allowing the user to do in-place editing of the data in the grid. In that data bound grid scenario, when using a dynamic root list, all changes to data on a row in the grid are committed as soon as the user moves off that row. If the user deletes a row, the object is immediately deleted. If the user edits a value and moves up or down to another row, that change is immediately saved. This is fundamentally different from an editable root list, where the user s changes to items in the list aren t committed to the database until the UI saves the entire list. Given a CategoryList object with a collection of CategoryEdit objects, EditableRootListBase will be the base for creating that collection: [Serializable] public class CategoryList : EditableRootListBase<CategoryEdit> { } When creating a subclass, the business developer must provide the specific type of the objects the collection contains. The contained objects should be editable root objects, with one variation. Rather than implementing DataPortal_Fetch(), they will typically implement Child_Fetch() so they can be loaded into memory by the containing collection. Like BusinessListBase, EditableRootListBase inherits from BindingList<T> and so supports all the rich data binding behaviors provided by .NET. A dynamic root list will usually implement only one data access method: DataPortal_Fetch(). Again, this stereotype and base class exist to serve a very specific function; but when dynamic in-place editing of data in a Windows Forms grid is required, this is a very useful approach.
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Most applications consist not only of interactive forms or pages (which require editable objects and collections) but also of non-interactive processes. In a one- or two-tier physical model, these processes run on the client workstation or web server, of course. But in a three-tier model, they should run on the application server to have optimal access to the database server or other back-end resources. Common examples of non-interactive processes include tasks as simple as checking to see if a specific customer or product exists and as complex as performing all the back-end processing required to ship and order or post an invoice. The CommandBase class provides a clear starting point for implementing these types of behaviors. A command object is created on the client and initialized with the data it needs to do its work on the
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