Architecture :: Looking For Better Way To Design, To Use Object's Properties With The Object Data Source?

May 10, 2010

I've posted the same question in the Object Data Source forum. This is a link to it Maybe I should've posted here to begin with. There seemed to be some overlap so I wasn't sure which was the best on to post the question in.

I'm trying to get a better understanding of how I could've designed my app so that the Object Data Source could work with the properties of my business objects. Please read the other post to see how it's currently being done. Sorry for the link to the other page. I didn't want to post a bunch of duplicate information. I would love to get some suggestions for alternative ways of doing this.

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