ADO.NET :: Using TransactionScope In BLL With TableAdapters As DAL?

Dec 26, 2010

I have two BLL classes ItemsBLL & BalanceBLL. When ever a new Items gets Added to Items table few details needs to be added to Balance Table.

I am using the following code to perform the operation, is this code efficient or something needs to be changed.

The function that needs to be checked is the Insert function in ItemsBLL Class.


Is this function effective?



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