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Friday, April 03, 2009

April .NET User Group Meeting - 2009

I did my  very first presentation at Colombo .NET User Group (CDNUG) yesterday on Dynamic Data titled as 'Building Data-Driven Web Applications using Dynamic Data'.

The session touched the key areas of Dynamic Data customization apart from setting up and configuration. I was so happy to see the audience coming up questions :) I enjoyed doing the session a lot and do feel free to buzz me if you come up with any problems or something interesting on Dynamic Data.

By the way, there are couple of snap shots..and will be posting them once I receive them.

Here are they are..

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At 9:58 AM, Blogger Shashin said...

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At 9:59 AM, Blogger Shashin said...

Yeah. We really enjoyed the session yesterday. Thanks for sharing you knowledge. Keep up the good work.

At 5:47 PM, Blogger Kalinga said...

that was a nice presentation. can you post or give me hint how to give authentication for the project. It is easy with up coming Domain Data source but I don't know how to do with linq to sql this authentication.??

At 5:47 PM, Blogger Kumara23 said...

Dear Miss Gayani,

I'm Senevi, participate yesterday training session.
So now I working with Visual Studio 2008. but there are no facilitate to create dynamic data web site. What should I do?

If u have a time please help me.


At 5:51 PM, Blogger Kalinga said...

Dear Senevi, you should install Visual studio service pack 1.

At 7:03 PM, Blogger Gayani Devapriya said...

Hi Kalinga,

Thank you for the comments. I saw a nice post by Stephen Naughton’s Blog on this. Have a look you can get some workable solution there.
Hope it helps,

At 7:06 PM, Blogger Gayani Devapriya said...

Hi Shashin,

It’s my pleasure to share knowledge with you all. I'm so glad it helped.
Thank you for all the comments.


At 3:35 AM, Blogger Hossein Fakoori Nejad said...

Hi Gayani

It's my pleasure to know you. I read your article about LINQ, that was nice.

have fun

At 4:27 AM, Blogger Gayani Devapriya said...

There was a one question some one asked during the session which I couldnt give a proper answer then, so here is the answer to it.
His question was, in a dynamic data application, how it is possible to assign the system date as the modified date when a user edits a record and update it.
I have a Product Review table that has couple of fields and Modified date. I’ve extended the partial method of OnValidate as follows.

partial void OnValidate(System.Data.Linq.ChangeAction action)
if (action == System.Data.Linq.ChangeAction.Update)
ModifiedDate = DateTime.Now;

This will set the Modified date to system date. In this case we can make the Modified date field to scaffold false so that at runtime it will not be bothered to pick up a corresponding Field Template and populate the data in it, but rather it exists in the entity class of ProductReview in the data context, so when the above method executes it will assign the system date as the modified date.

Hope it helps,

At 1:06 PM, Blogger Sandun said...

thanks for the answer...:D


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