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GeneralRe: Thoughts on Authorization in a Hierarchical User Structure. PinmemberBrady Kelly2-Dec-12 3:06 
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QuestionA MEF Question - Refering base classes without adding reference to a dll. PinmemberJohn T.Emmatty29-Nov-12 22:25 
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QuestionMoving code from a Window/UserControl to outside in order to make it reusable! PinmemberRags151227-Nov-12 6:48 
AnswerRe: Moving code from a Window/UserControl to outside in order to make it reusable! PinmemberEddy Vluggen1-Dec-12 5:25 
Rags1512 wrote:
I wanted to move above methods outside this class, so that they can be used elsewhere in a functionality such as Undo/Redo which will create/delete an employee using AddEmployee/RemoveEmployee methods.

There's usually no undo/redo on the database-level. Check out the Memento-pattern, you'll see that it'd be a bit work to implement correctly.
 
Rags1512 wrote:
One solution is to move those methods to a helper which i don't feel to be appropiate as I need to pass all the dependencies of AddEmployee() method as a parameter.
Other solution can be to create a separate class to which will perform all the operations and keep the dependencies.

What dependencies? FWIW, I'd put it in a separate class, which would be embedded in the UserControl. Similar to;
class MyControl: UserControl
{
  class MyControlHelper: object
  {
  }
}
Referring from the UC to the helper-class, is like creating a mini-DAL for your control; all IO is situated in that class. The biggest advantage is that you could write another MyControlHelper-implementation (for say, supporting another database like Oracle or Sqlite) and hook it in there.
 
Which parameters would you be passing? The way I see it, you'd minimal pass an Employee object. Perhaps a ConnectionString, but that'd be it. If you want to prevent writing a long signature (lot's o' params), then wrap them in their own object (like MyControlHelperAddEmployeeArgs).
 
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