Posts Tagged ‘dal’
I received the following question last week:
I am building a web application… I have a form with asp.net server control textbox and dropdownlist…
how can I send this to the server without postback and send me back message if the process of updating the database is successful
Over the last several weeks we’ve been examining the various aspects of internationalization using ASP.NET. But it doesn’t help to have your resources and images set up for internationalization if your database has all of its data in one language.
The following are several solutions you might consider when setting up your database.
Last week I introduced the ASP.NET MVC framework by talking a bit about what the model, view and controller are.
In the comments, John Meyer said,
I respectfully disagree with your claim that the model is you BLL. MVC is a UI layer pattern, and as such all models, views, and controllers are strictly in the UI level.
While historically, MVC has been described in the way I stated–while the ASP.NET MVC guys have also portrayed the Model as BLL or below–I have to agree with John. Here’s why:
Keep in mind that the templates you are going to be using were originally meant to be used on DotNetNuke 3.x. They did a great job of creating the code we needed. But as the DataSet construct matured and Generics were introduced, the whole idea of using Info classes and ArrayList went the way of the dinosaur. So there will be some tweaking we will need to do.